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'Monyou' Egg Shell Cup | Yamaheigama

'Monyou' Egg Shell Cup | Yamaheigama

Regular price $132.00 AUD
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The 'Egg Shell' series, crafted using a unique technique and special clay with high translucency, features porcelain pieces as delicate as eggshells, boasting a distinctive whiteness. This eye-catching masterpiece is fired at a high temperature of 1300°C for 13 hours, resulting in drinking cups less than 1 mm thick that are resistant to breakage.

'Monyou' is pattern or design inspired by nature, animals, or cultural symbols, which are often found in traditional Japanese crafts, textiles, and architecture. The intricate three-dimensional texture creates exquisite shadows, providing enjoyment both visually and textually. Each piece features a different chrysanthemum pattern engraved on the base.

Size: D 8cm × H 8.5cm
Capacity: 280ml

・Microwave safe (except for gold and silver-plated items), but not for use on an open fire or in an oven.
・The product can be washed in a dishwasher (except for gold or silver-plated products), but please do not use a hard metal scrub brush.
・The back of the product has a vertical line and small dents that appear during the forming process, and are no scratches or cracks.
・The ceramic clay used as raw material contains a small amount of iron. Small black spots may appear on the surface due to firing.
・This product is made in Japan from Arita porcelain '有田焼'. Although the porcelain is hard, if cracks appear, please discontinue using the product.

Yamaheigama is renowned for its pottery made of Arita porcelain, situated in Saga prefecture, Japan. With meticulous craftsmanship and a dedication to excellence, they strive to create products that evoke surprise and leave a lasting impression. Leveraging extensive experience and time-honoured techniques, they aim for continuous improvement while valuing tradition, dedicating their time to the pursuit of traditional craft each day.

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