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1. Healthy ceramics: The refined clay is first baked at 800 degrees, and then subjected to high temperature glaze firing at 1300~1400 degrees after color painting. It is a healthy ceramic that is fired twice at a high temperature. The surface is firm and dense, lead-free, chromium and other metals dissolve out, and no chemical reaction will occur with the food and objects.
2. Marble pattern: Since the porcelain clay used in the marble pattern product is chromatic clay, the texture of each cup is fired at high temperature, and the marble texture is natural and smooth. The glaze color of each cup is distinct and the texture is different. It is also the only characteristic of marble products.
3. Bright and clean and texture: The porcelain is exquisite and the glaze is smooth, the luster is beautiful, and the texture is unique. Enjoy the afternoon coffee drink, the leisure time brought to you, and give you a comfortable and beautiful life experience. The lines are natural and blended, with a special charm. So the texture of each cup is the same as it is different.
4. Humanized design: Ergonomic design, comfortable to hold and not hot, the bottom is non-glazed, which increases the friction with the desktop, and the storage is stable, both beautiful and practical, and the cup diameter is smooth, round and smooth, which will protect you The lips allow you to comfortably enjoy afternoon tea or coffee.
5. Ingenious hand-made: The production of hand-made utensils and the craftsmen's pure hand-drawing and forming are a combination of traditional crafts and modern aesthetics, as well as a cultural heritage. Purely hand-painted gold, after the second high-temperature firing, make the coffee cup more fashionable and beautiful.
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Precautions for use: 1. When cleaning, please do not use hard objects such as steel wire to clean it to avoid scratches. 2. When using, please also try not to suddenly cold and heat, so as not to affect the service life. 3. If there is tea stains, it can be cleaned with lemon juice or vinegar. 4. If there are scratches, use toothpaste to gently wipe the stained porcelain.
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