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This drip ruff is made of India paper as the material that normally used for traditional Chinese painting. The design is formed with honeycomb structure, and rounded in a 360 degree structure by folding out of the India paper. The structure would provide the elasticity to make the drip ruff to hold onto a neck of bottle. Sop up the water is the main characteristic of India paper; therefore, for the drip ruff here, it could sop up the wine drip after pouring.
Shih Chien University
Prof. Cheng-Neng Kuan