Korean Celadon Tea Cup
When my husband came back from a business trip in Shanghai three weeks ago, he brought home BAGS(!) of puer tea. My husband said puer tea doesn’t just taste good, it’s also good for the health. He never actually buys decorative souvenirs whenever he travels, but he would always bring home tea. So our eight-year old tea sets have been so used.
We bought two sets of this cup in October 2003. It’s a Korean celadon tea cup set that has a saucer, a strainer and a cover.
We got our two sets from Dongdaemun. We paid 25,000 won for each – but it’s worth more than we paid for.