Press Release Summary = No mean mug story, the intricacies of the making of a ceramic mug. Raise a toast to the making of a ceramic mug. Both the mug and the drink ambushed.
Press Release Body = Mumbai, India September 4, 2006. The informed can do with a little more information. Stay informed with Gifts & Accessories magazine known as the Gifts & Promotions Special. Year after year, this publication has not failed to make an impression on decision makers. Have a look at this particular article 'The Ambush of Mugs' to understand what goes into the making of India's first printed magazine about gifts and gift sources.
The Ambush Of Mugs!
Drinking tea or coffee in an interesting beverage ceramic mug and a conversation gets more interesting if the subject happens to be pottery. No mugging story when involved in the illustrious tea ceremony Cha-no-yu that essentially means water for tea. A tea ceremony based on the etiquette of serving tea.
Cha-no-yu literally means tea and hot water and refers to the Japanese Tea Ceremony. An elaborate ceremony, where the tea gets prepared gracefully, with expertise and practiced motions, where the powdered tea gets measured out into a bowl, water gets added, and the tea gets whisked with a bamboo whisk to serve a guest. Intricately crafted pottery forms an important part of this ceremony.
Ceramic pottery gets made with the ancient techniques of making fired clay objects. Ceramic or porcelain vessels have gained significance due to several reasons. Unlike metals and plastics, the hard fired clay continues to be resistant to almost any liquid, gas, acid, or alkali. The brittle earthenware also holds up to high temperatures. No mean mug story, the intricacies of the making of a ceramic mug.
Consider the high temperatures of between about 1200 degrees Celsius and about 1400 degrees Celsius that the kiln gets fired at. The strength and translucence of porcelain arises from the formation at high temperatures within the clay body of the mineral mullite and glass. A simple yet heated argument and no fights or abuses to make a ceramic mug.
The origins of the naming of porcelain can be traced to a shiny Venus-shell called porcella in old Italian. Question the age of porcelain and step back in time to the years in between 25-220 AD. Today as in the past porcelain continues to be valuable to the table and the kitchen, to the bathroom the tile.
Porcelains characteristically are of high strength, are resistant to the passage of electricity and are also resistant to chemical attacks. Wise are the ways of a dentist, when making false teeth, caps, and crowns out of porcelain. The wisdom of the wisdom tooth unmatched here.
The word ceramic finds origins in the Greek word kermikos that literally means the earth of potters or pottery. Ceramics as a singular noun refers to the craft of making things out of ceramic materials. Since ages traditional crafts have used traditional clays for the making of pottery. Raise a toast to the making of a ceramic mug.
Milk is known as latte in Italian and thus the naming of the Latte mug. Latte mugs are especially for people who prefer less of espresso and more of milk with a thin layer of froth. Use Latte mugs and pretend to have found the legendary land of milk and honey.
Jumbo mugs or Grande mugs are larger than the regular coffee mugs. A jumbo drink of hot coffee or creamy cocoa and this ceramic mug finds an important place at the study table. Cappuccino mugs or soup mugs along with saucers are smaller than the latte mugs.
A Beer Stein has a hinged lid and a thumb lift handle. A traditionally German beer tankard in ceramic is known as a Beer Stein. Coffee Barrel mugs, Diner mugs, Bistro coffee mugs, Vienna coffee mugs, Travel mugs and Camper coffee mugs are other porcelain mugs with varied patterns.
A message via a ceramic mug as the medium has found importance as a valuable gift. Ornate patterned ceramic mugs of varied shapes and sizes have found prominence on shelves at gift shops. Corporations are frequently using ceramics for promotional purposes. There have been various instances of ceramic coffee cups being packaged with coffee powder. No mean message in a bottle story this ceramic mug inscribed with a message.
Mugs shaped into animal faces are not recent additions to collections of ceramic mugs. Matte finish, glazed finish, marble, and other textures on mugs have been found to interest many a table. The story of the ceramic mug continues as the journeys continue from the kiln to the table and various other places.
Scream a Happy Birthday message on a mug and certainly get excused from being penalized for doing that belatedly. Inscribe with a personal message and the cup becomes a favorite of a favorite. Pull out a character from the cartoons, print on a mug and the kid finds a smile.
Coffee or tea whether hot or cold, beer whether light or strong, the clay of the potter holds forth an elegant approach to a drink. For the love of the earthen with a down to earth approach, a ceramic mug with an interest in consumption.
Both the mug and the drink ambushed. The ambush of mugs without the assault of drinks!
Author Karishma M. Roy works as a Web Content Writer at Netlink Solutions (India) Limited, 507 Laxmi Plaza, Laxmi Industrial Estate, New Link Road, Andheri West, Mumbai - 400053. India.
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