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    Nice colour and not too small. Think I will get a few more of them.

This has been my go-to Ru Yao cup over the past couple of years, so much so that we decided to bring some in for you!. It has a square base design moving to a circular rim which makes it so great to hold in the hands. The drinking edge and shape is super easy sipping and it is stable on its base to avoid spills.

Ru Yao - The porcelain is Ru Yao which originated from Henan province in the Song Dynasty (about 1000 years ago). The technique uses iron to create a glaze with a glimmering lustre which will continue to shine. The firing process creates fine cracks in the glaze which will season with tea over repeated use and reveal a golden brown craquelure.

Colour - The blue green celadon colour is the perfect companion to Yixing clay and glass which makes it a universal tea cup.

You can buy a matching Ru Yao Gong Dao Bei too.

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Lotus shaped Ru Yao porcelain 40ml cup.

Ru Yao Porcelain Gong Dao Bei which develops a beautiful cracked glaze as you brew.

The perfect way to store your tea. Stackable tins which have been designed to keep your tea organised easily.

Da Shu Bulang PuErh Spring 2021

Old tree Bulang PuErh. Palm sugar, blackcurrant jam, sherbet and sweet minerals. Specially designed 'journal' wrappers.