→Work introduction This Tianmu Cup adopts a medium-sized round cup shape, which can be used flexibly whether it is drinking tea or drinking coffee. The beauty of Tianmu lies in its ever-changing glaze colors. The surface of the utensil often has different textures such as rabbit hair, rain silk, oil droplets, leopard print and so on. The dazzling Tianmu can only be mastered by Mr. Ye, who has been researching glazes for decades. Whether it is the details of the texture or the creation of the overall atmosphere of the vessel, it is necessary to accurately grasp the changes between fire, soil and glaze. Such a beautiful Tianmu teacup is fired. The Tianmu teacup has been the target of scholars and scholars since ancient times. In ancient times, due to many uncontrollable factors, the potters of the past dynasties could only devote all their efforts and painstaking efforts to obtain a perfect Tianmu work. The changing factors when controlling Tianmu can be controlled, but Tianmu is still a type of work that is extremely difficult and difficult to master. This work is not only beautiful, but also easy to use. Teacher Ye has carefully adjusted each work with years of experience, so that each work can be easily and durable. →Work Specifications Welding class Tianmu glaze tea cup Capacity 120cc 9x9x5 (length width height cm) →Purchase Precautions ＊Most of the products in this design gallery are purely handmade, and the glaze or ash of each work is different, which is also the charm of pottery products, so a single work will not be replenished after it is sold out, nor can it be found. To the exact same work, so if there is a favorite work that is bought by others, it is a pity that you can only choose other works in the Design Museum, please forgive me! Or contact the designer to see if there are more similar works. *The size is measured by hand, and the error may be within 0.5 cm ＊The works may have some traces in the production process, so the works are all handmade or semi-handmade, and there will be more or less traces of operations. *During the firing process, there may be some natural distribution of glaze and falling ash, which is completely normal. This is also emphasized by natural glaze. Ceramics are inherently natural. If you have any questions about the product, please send us a private message. ＊Because the product was shot in a studio, the light and environment have been adjusted, but no post-production method is used. Please refer to the actual product color, which cannot be regarded as a defect. →Introduction to the author 【Ye Minxiang】teacher Under the tutelage of Professor Wu Yutang ◎Experience 1979 Team leader of the kiln department of Sanxitang Ceramics Company 1986 Founder of Xiangyi Ceramics Club 1993 Consultant of Gantangxuan Arts and Crafts Co., Ltd. 1998 Xinzhu Ceramics Co., Ltd. Thailand factory glaze technical guidance 1998 Master of pottery at Yingge Industrial and Commercial Vocational School 2001 Consultant of Shandong Plant of Gantangxuan Arts and Crafts Co., Ltd. 2002 Vice President of Jiaxing Quanyou Craft Products Co., Ltd. 2003 Production Manager of Shanghai Qidong Huatai Ceramics Co., Ltd. 2005 The technical guidance of the glaze of the Malaysian specialty ceramics company ◎Exhibited works 1995 Professor Wu Yutang Teacher and Student Group Exhibition 2010 Taiwan Ceramics Museum Crystal Glaze Evaluation Exhibition (Product Name: Crystal Color Series Six-color Cup) 2011 Taiwan Ceramic Museum Ceramics New Product Evaluation Exhibition (Product Name: Tianqing Rupin) 2011 Taiwan Ceramics Museum Taiwan Ceramics Brand Classic Exhibition (Name: Crystal Color Series Six-color Cup) 2012 Taiwan Ceramics Museum Ceramic Art Gold Award (Name: Happiness) 2012 Taiwan Excellent Crafts Evaluation (Name: Happiness) 2012 Taiwan Living Craft Design Competition Food Culture Creative Product (Product Name: Yu Zhongyu) 2013 Taiwan Excellent Crafts Selected (Xiang Yi Ceramics) 2013 Taiwan Yingge Burning Brand Project-Special Tableware Evaluation Exhibition (Tianqing-Lucky Tea Set) 2013 Taiwan Yingge Burning Brand Project-Special Tableware Evaluation Exhibition (Tianmu Iron Spot Glazed Bowl) 2013 Taiwan Excellent Crafts Evaluation Certificate (Tea pattern thread incense plate) 2014 Taiwan Creative Life‧Ceramic New Product Evaluation Exhibition-(Curved Pot and Tea Set) 2014 Taiwan Yingge Burning Brand Project-Trademark Authorization Evaluation-(Tea pattern thread incense plate) 2014 Taiwan Yingge Burning Brand Project-Trademark Authorization Evaluation-(Complete Tea Set) 2014 Taiwan Yingge Burning Brand Plan-Trademark Authorization Evaluation-(Tea Covered Cup) 2014 Taiwan New Taipei City Top Ten High-quality Souvenirs Creative Life Group Award-(Happiness Tea Set) 2015 Taiwan Yingge Burning Brand Project-Trademark Authorization Evaluation-(Youya Pot) 2015 Taiwan Yingge Burning Brand Plan-Trademark Authorization Evaluation-(Tianmu Cup-3 Types of Golden Yellow, Red Gold and Green Gold) 2015 Taiwan Yingge Burning Brand Project-Trademark Authorization Evaluation-(Happiness Tea Set) 2016 Taiwan New Taipei City Top Ten High-quality Souvenirs Creative Life Group Award-(Lucky Tea Set) 2020 "2020 New Taipei City Featured Product Selection" was shortlisted in the Good Things for Life category with "Gaiwan Tea Vessel" →Design Pavilion Story Taiwan Yingge's local ceramic studio, design and production are absolutely rooted in Taiwan, providing beautiful and practical ceramic coffee utensils. A number of Taiwanese masters with decades of experience have integrated traditional pottery craftsmanship with coffee culture, making coffee and beauty a part of life. In addition, our pottery masters also have many years of experience in producing tea sets and hand-drawn utensils. The Natural Glaze Cultural and Creative Studio will also simultaneously sell exquisite tea sets and hand-made ceramic products.
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- This Tianmu Cup adopts a medium-sized round cup shape, which can be used flexibly whether it is drinking tea or drinking coffee. The beauty of Tianmu lies in its ever-changing glaze colors. The surface of the utensil often has different textures such as rabbit hair, rain silk, oil droplets, leopard print and so on.