Cup - Superlative Yohen - Marumon Sansui
Michelin Star Restaurant "YUKASHI" uses.
Densaku-Kiln made the impossible possible. The origin of the name means "making tradition," and this kiln produces many masterpieces.
The cup are made of white porcelain with brown pottery pasted on it.
The raw material for porcelain is stone which is fired at a high temperature of around 1,300 degrees Celsius.
On the other hand, pottery is made of clay which is fired at a low temperature of around 1,000 degrees Celsius.
Since porcelain and ceramics have different properties, materials, and firing temperatures, it has been believed that they cannot be made together.
Densaku-Kiln took up this challenge and succeeded in combining the two. Only the Densaku-kiln can do this.
The process of gluing, unglazing, and glaze coating is three to four times more time-consuming than usual.
When applying the glaze to porcelain, the pottery part is covered, and when applying it to pottery, the porcelain part is covered.
For the cherry blossom part, each cherry blossom is covered with a protective covering, each a few millimeters in size, and then the top coat is applied. It takes over 10 minutes to paint one cherry blossom petal.
Only 6 left in stock and no more future production.
Each one is hand-painted by a craftsman, so the expression is different.
Dishwasher Safe: Hand wash is better
Microwave Safe: No (Real gold is used)
Size H - 6.5 cm | D - 8 cm
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