Chinese Yixing Clay Village And Poem Tea Cup
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Color: Reddish brown, Coffee
Marks: Mark on the bottom.
Size: Top: 6 cm, High: 4.8 cm
Capacity: 70 ml (2.37 oz)
Condition: Good Condition
A poem on the cup: A cowherd points to a cot 'mid apricot flowers. This poem is from "All Souls’ Day" - Du Mu, (803–852)
At moonset cry the crows, streaking the frosty sky
Dimly lit fishing boats beneath maples sadly lie
Beyond the city walls, from temple of cold hill
Bells break the ship-borne roamer's dream and midnight still.
(translated by Xu Yuanchong)