This 7 piece Chinese tea set includes 6 double layer tea cups (60ml) and one teapot (400ml). It is decorated by traditional Chinese imperial blue art work of vine and blossoms to symbolise prosperity. As such it is often used as the wedding ceremony tea set during the Chinese Wedding tea ceremony.
This tea set is made of fine China and is a product of De Hua of the Fujian Province, one of China's three ceramic capitals famous for its 'white ceramic' production. The ceramic produced here is known for its pure white colour, sparkling glaze and extreme strength described as 'thin as egg shell but as strong as the strongest ceramic'.
The double layered tea cups are designed for comfortable fit when holding and keeping the tea warm (air insulation).
This tea set includes:
It is a tea set of practicality and authenticity.
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