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Popular during the Ming and Qing dynasties, the horseshoe cup was named for its flared shape that resembles a horseshoe with its large opening and small recessed base.
The white porcelain is fired at a temperature of 1350°C (2462°F), resulting in a semi-translucent material that beautifully highlights the tea’s colour.
1.8” H x 2.4” W
Wash immediately after use to prevent tea colour stains.
Keep dry when not in use.
Use a separate dish cloth to clean the teapot. Avoid using your regular dish cloth to prevent contamination from foods and oils.