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Sacrificial blue glaze is a rare type of porcelain with good taste. It was created in the Yuan dynasty (14th century), then from the Ming dynasty it was often used in royal family ceremonies to saccharify the sky during centuries, which is why it is named sacrificial blue. The color comes from cobalt oxide and is fired at high temperatures about 1280ºC-1300ºC.

Chrysanthemum - sacrificial blue glaze handmade Gongfu Cha teacup

SKU: AC004
€18.88 Regular Price
€16.62Sale Price
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  • Effective volume: 40ml


    Dimensions: diameter 5.0cm * height 4.2cm


    Weight: 36g

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