Trillium Cha-bei (tea cup) wood-fired in an anagama kiln in New York State. This vessel features strong wood-fired characteristics: naturally occurring ash-glaze deposits, “potter’s teardrop” drips of silica resulting from the hardwoods we used in the stokes, deep flashing of color from the heavy reduction of oxygen, and distinct directional markings from the fire’s contact with the surface. The foot features an incised trillium tripod, and the interior contains a distinct swirl. The lip bears the markings of its firing process from the wadding it sat upon. The tight circumference and wide belly help hold the perfume of your steep in the vessel longer than an open bowl form. A genuine wood-fired gem.