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Cochin Ware Tea Cup (Butterfly)

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Cochin Ware Tea Cup (Butterfly)
Cochin Ware Tea Cup (Butterfly)
Cochin Ware Tea Cup (Butterfly)
Cochin Ware Tea Cup (Butterfly)
Cochin Ware Tea Cup (Butterfly)
Cochin Ware Tea Cup (Butterfly)
Cochin Ware Tea Cup (Butterfly)
US$90.00
Note: Packages for most tea & food products will use Yunomi resealable bags or tins (with some exceptions, click here to see info and photos). If you need the original Japanese package, please leave a note in the order comments.

Cochin ware yunomi (tea cup) decorated with pattern of cute little flowers and butterflies. Kyoto Opal is used in parts of the butterfly. The carved surface of the yunomi is made to fit one's hand.
Enjoy the beautiful yunomi that can be used in all seasons.

PRODUCT INFO

DIAMETER

7 cm (2.76 in)

HEIGHT

8.7 cm (3.43 in)

WEIGHT

Packaging weight: 500 grams (1.1 lb)

Measurements above are approximate

COLORS

Blue, Pink, Purple, Red, White, Yellow

MATERIAL

Porcelain, Kyoto Opal

NOTE

All of Nanzan Ito's ceramic ware are made to order. Please allow at least three weeks for production.


SUPPLIER INFO

NAME

Heiantoukaen Co., Ltd. (Aritst & Studio President: Nanzan Ito)

LOCATION

37 Sennyujitourin-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto

PRIMARY SALES ROUTE

Online shop

Cochin

Cochin ware is a kind of pottery produced in southern China. The term “Cochin” derives from the Colony of Cochinchina (southern Vietnam), where the pottery spread through trade.

What is Kyoto Opal?

"Kyoto Opal" created in the world's famous city, Kyoto!

“Kyoto Opal" is the name given in Japan to the synthetic color opal material that was developed by Kyocera. Carefully cultivated with Kyocera's gem synthesis technology over a long period, Kyoto Opal has a quartz-grain structure that is identical to naturally occurring opal. Due to special staining techniques, Kyocera has been able to realize a variety of rich and subtle hues and tints. Furthermore, by surmounting the inherently brittle characteristics of naturally occurring opal, which tends to split and crack, it is possible to cut Kyoto Opal into diverse shapes. The result of the design and creation of the Kyoto Opal material is a unique aesthetic quality that cannot be duplicated with molded resin-based products.
(This description comes from Kyocera Corporation website.)

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