Dalloun. He is using this ancient method by adding a touch of unexpected natural beauty by using wild mud for his slip. Because this slip is obtained directly from nature, it contains different elements that produce different colors. And since only the lightest and smallest particles are used, this glaze is very soft to the touch and has a natural gloss.
The body of the cup is made of white earthenware. It is fired between 950 and 1070 degrees Celsius. He usually uses a gas kiln, but the cups he sent me were wood fired.
these two cups are good fit with puerh, especially shu, and with heavily roasted Oolong.
Before spring specials'. For the first time, I have discounted the spring 2016 Da Yu Ling Oolongs! And I have increased the discounts on several teas up to 20% off!
|The brush marks are visible on the surface of the cup!|