Qing Dynasty White Porcelain Tea Cups, Set of 5


A set of five teacups crafted in the late Qing dynasty, fired in a private kiln in Jingdezhen. These teacups feature a plain design with fine bubbles densely packed in the glaze, giving them a soothing color reminiscent of celadon and a calming ambiance. Each piece has hairlines that have been repaired using the Kasugaidome (bind and stop) technique, adding a wabi-sabi aesthetic to the clear, plain glaze.

All dents, including chips on the rims, are covered with glaze. There are no noticeable defects aside from natural kiln flaws repaired with metal staples, and the cups do not leak.

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