Collectable Fine Arts China Porcelain Tea Cup and Saucer Coffee Cup Peacock Theme Romantic Creative Present for Wedding/christmas Three Sets (red)A superlative gift for mom, co-workers, wedding couples. Your gift will be shining, creative and ...
Porcelain Tea Cup and Saucer Set Coffee Cup with Saucer and Spoon 8 oz Set of 4 (Phalaenopsis Orchid)
Porcelain Tea Cup and Saucer Coffee Cup Sets are Made from porcelain of the highest quality and hand painted with vivid and durable enamel colors of the utmost delicacy, the cup set is both a showpiece of traditional Chinese craftsmanship and a modern functional product. The set includes a matching teacup, saucer, and spoon, and when assembled, The flower cup will surely enlighten your home, and make your afternoon coffee time more enjoyable and fashionable. Package Includes: 4 x Teacups 4 x Saucers 4 x Spoons
This porcelain set of four (4) cups, four (4) cup oval plates, four (4) cup teaspoons is ideal to serve snacks or desserts accompanied by tea or coffee. It makes a great gift for the hostesses and gourmands in your life. About Bone China Porcelain: -Bone China is a hybrid hard-paste porcelain containing bone ash. -Bone china is extremely hard, intensely white and will allow light to pass through it. Strength is provided by the fusion of body ingredients during firing. This unique pottery body is made from the following: 50% animal bone, 25% china clay, 25% china stone. First or biscuit firing 1200 C - 1300 C. Second or glost firing 1050 C - 1100 C. -Porcelaneous ware was first made in China, hence its common name china. -Calcined bone ash is used in the production of bone china and makes up about 50% by weight of the final body recipe. It is produced from animal bone, which is first processed to remove any adhering meat which is generally sold as pet food. The bone is then treated to remove glue, which is processed and upgraded for use in normal applications where glue is used, and also for the sizing of expensive paper. The raw bone which is left after the meat and glue have been extracted is then heated to about 1000 C at which temperature any residual organic material is burned off and the structure of the bone is changed to form suitable for the manufacture of bone china. The high temperature used also sterilizes the bone. Prior to use the bone is finely ground with water before inclusion in the bone china body and it is calcined bone which gives traditional English bone china its translucency and whiteness.