Ceramic Tea Cup Buying Tips

- Apr 12, 2018-

Porcelain is non-absorbent, sound clear and rhyme-long. Porcelain is white and expensive. It is fired at about 1300 degrees. It reflects the color of the tea. It has moderate heat transfer and warmth. It does not react chemically to tea. Tea can be better. Color and fragrance, and beautiful and delicate appearance, suitable for brewing light fermentation, heavy aroma of tea, such as Wenshan Pao tea.

    The most common porcelain teacups are white porcelain cups and celadon teacups. Porcelain cups are more ornamental than purple sand. Its pattern is either fresh or light and melodious. In addition, due to the in-depth development of new ceramics, new technology, and new materials, the variety of home furnishings for porcelain cups is becoming more and more abundant. Some new porcelain cups also incorporate various patterns to meet the preferences of young consumers.

    White porcelain is best known for its Jingdezhen porcelain, and celadon tea cups are mainly produced in Zhejiang and Sichuan, especially Longquan celadon in Longquan County in southwestern Zhejiang. Longquan celadon is known for its ancient shape and elegance. Glazed green jade is known as jade. There are also black porcelain tea cups produced in Sichuan, Zhejiang and other places. The antique distressed tea cups in real estate such as Guangdong are all unique.

    In the purchase of porcelain cups should be mainly observed on the porcelain itself: whether the shape is Zhou Zheng, with or without deformation; glaze is bright and clean, consistent color, with or without sand, bubble eye, glazing and so on. If the blue-and-white or colored painting is to see if the color is not gorgeous, not shallow or deep, shiny (shallow over the fire, deep is not enough heat; Yan is too thick, then the color is too thin). Finally, we must mention that the porcelain will have a crack and it will be greatly reduced.