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Alex FS: couple of very thin porcelain cups

by Alex » Sep 23rd, '12, 06:07

Just getting rid of a x2 of these that I don't use that much.

They are very thin, very high quality finish.. One cup is lightly used....the other is brand new still boxed

140ml Japanese made.

Here's the details

http://www.everyonestea.com/product/134

£20 shipped worldwide for the pair.

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Re: Alex FS: couple of very thin porcelain cups

by Rayuela » Sep 23rd, '12, 17:17

Hi Alex,

I might be interested, but the link you posted says they're 65ml, not 140. Who's right?

Thanks

Matthew

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Re: Alex FS: couple of very thin porcelain cups

by edkrueger » Sep 23rd, '12, 18:14

I am interested as well, but are they the 65 or 140?

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Re: Alex FS: couple of very thin porcelain cups

by Alex » Sep 24th, '12, 01:53

Sorry for the confusion people. everyones tea lists them as 65ml serving (basically half full). And 140ml to the rim.

I always go by rim measurement in all teaware. (And I think everyone else in the world should as well :D)

I fill these comfortably with 120ml of sencha.

If you go to the bottom of the listing I posted it shows max capacity of 140ml.

Hope that clears it up.

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Re: Alex FS: couple of very thin porcelain cups

by Rayuela » Sep 24th, '12, 14:54

Okay. I'll pm you if they're still for sale.

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Re: Alex FS: couple of very thin porcelain cups

by Alex » Sep 24th, '12, 15:44

Yep they are still for sale. Just pm if interested

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Re: Alex FS: couple of very thin porcelain cups

by Alex » Sep 25th, '12, 14:30

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