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Tiny black spots
If the porcelain you buy has black spots, it is because the porcelain material contains minerals such as iron, which are harmless to health and will not affect the use. Then to remove the black spots and dirty spots, you must use chemical raw materials to remove them, which will cause greater damage. Good porcelain.
Ceramics will have pores during the refining process. Depending on the material used, formula technology, pressure size, pressure method, holding time, block thickness, sintering temperature, and holding time, the porosity is different. It is normal for ceramics to have pores. of.
Hand-made, the brushstrokes are light and heavy. Due to hand-painted, there will be a small part of the glaze unevenness, which is in line with the inspection standards for ceramics and is a normal phenomenon.
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Due to the difference between the display light and the shooting light, there may be a color difference between the picture and the actual object.
Due to different manual measurement methods, the error of 1-3cm is a reasonable range.
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