What is the process of making ceramics?
Ceramics are typically produced by the application of heat upon processed clays and other natural raw materials to form a rigid product. After the particles are formed, these "green" ceramics undergo a heat-treatment (called firing or sintering) to produce a rigid, finished product.
Who invented tea cups?
When tea started being popular in the West tea sets were imported from China, then copied by English potteries. According to Teacup - Wikipedia the cup handle was invented in 1707 by a German called Johann Friedrich Bottger.
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How big is a tea cup?
So how much tea is a cup? Most conventional teacups normally hold 150 ml, when filled to 1.5 cm below the rim. In measurement for cooking, a cup is 250 ml (236 ml, or 8 ounces in US). That is how much a “standard” cup holds when filled to the rim.
Why are tea cups thin?
Porcelain cups typically are narrow at the bottom and widen out at the top; this enables a better balance between heat retention and expansion of the aroma of the tea.
How long can I expect to get the sample?
After you pay the sample charge and send us confirmed files, the samples will be ready for delivery in 6-8 days. The samples will be sent to you via express and arrive in 3-5 workdays.
Can you match a specific color for the glaze on the mugs I am ordering?
Sorry, we cannot guarantee a perfect color match with our glazes due to the limited amount of glaze colors we have as well as the variation in the way our glazes can look on the final product due to the forces of mother nature.