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Angel Wings

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- Dense, fine texture perfect for tea cups.

- Non-porous, doesn't absorb flavors or odors.

- Symbol of wealth and status.

- Aesthetically pleasing with tea color.

- Enhances tea flavor and aroma.

- Pleasurable to hold and drink from.

- Durable and long-lasting.

- Calming and meditative drinking experience.

* Mutton fat jade Porcelain is so named because of its color and texture, which resemble the fat found on a piece of mutton or lamb. It has no direct connection to mutton or fat, and is not made from animal products. It is a type of nephrite jade, a mineral composed of calcium, magnesium, and iron, and is formed through geological processes that occur over millions of years. The term "mutton fat" is used purely as a descriptive term to describe the stone's appearance and texture.

Description

Wings are unique and fascinating organs found on many creatures, symbolizing freedom, power, and the ability to soar. Wings come in various shapes and sizes, some wide and abundantly feathered, while others are slender and translucent like delicate paper. Composed of bones and feathers, they enable birds, insects, and certain mammals to navigate through the air.

Product Info

Capacity:250 ML
Diameter :9.6 CM
Depth:8.5 CM

Specification

Heat Resistent:150°C
Food-Safe:✔
Dishwasher:✖
Microwave:✖
Direct Heat on Stove:✖

Description

Wings are unique and fascinating organs found on many creatures, symbolizing freedom, power, and the ability to soar. Wings come in various shapes and sizes, some wide and abundantly feathered, while others are slender and translucent like delicate paper. Composed of bones and feathers, they enable birds, insects, and certain mammals to navigate through the air.

Product Info

Capacity:250 ML
Diameter :9.6 CM
Depth:8.5 CM

Specification

Heat Resistent:150°C
Food-Safe:✔
Dishwasher:✖
Microwave:✖
Direct Heat on Stove:✖

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