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Classic Tea Cup
Wan Shou Wu Jiang are very common decoration characters in Chinese porttery. They translates as boundless longevity or everlasting long life, where Wan = 10,000, Shou = long life and Wu Jiang = without boundary. The tea cups were found in a closing pottery shop in Hong Kong. This model of tea cup were very common for awhile in the 80's but last 10 year has became difficult to find. The patterns are hand painted and beautiful, and the body of the cup is solid, not easy to get broken. Bottom of the cup is stamped "Jingdezhen", a place famous for fine pottery. Limited stock! Don't miss out!
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