After a hard day’s labor, oxen bathe their tired bodies, with only their heads and backs above the water’s surface. Mochi balls in brown sugar syrup, a traditional Hakka dessert, look just like this scene, so they are called “bathing oxen.” Inspired by this image, the designer created a bird’s-eye view of a cow and a calf in a pond. The shimmering light reflects the vital feelings of motherly love.
| Specification |
◆Manufacturing method: manual + machine
◆Place of Origin: Designed in Taiwan + Made in China
| Thoughtful Features |
1.The Bright glazes are lead free and cadmium free, fired at 1250°C, and meet SGS food containers standards.