Cups

A must-have accessory, the tea cup can be found in a multitude of formats and styles

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Cup from Catherine De Abreu | Lazuli

Laval ceramist Catherine De Abreu advocates a contemporary approach to the objects she creates. 

Yunomi Cup | Mirro

In Japanese, Yunomi simply means a "cup for tea". The people are fond of green tea, the cups have been thought out to optimize tasting this tea family though are still beneficial for other teas.

Yunomi Cup | Odoru

In Japanese, Yunomi simply means a "cup for tea". The people are fond of green tea, the cups have been thought out to optimize tasting this tea family though are still beneficial for other teas.

In fact, in addition to being ergonomic, the elongated shape helps keep the tea hot longer.

With easy to appreciate aesthetic details, the country of origin of this object is revealed at first sight.

Diameter of the opening: 6.8 cm

Height: 8.5 cm

Yunomi Cup | Orrim

In Japanese, Yunomi simply means a "cup for tea". The people are fond of green tea, the cups have been thought out to optimize tasting this tea family though are still beneficial for other teas.

In fact, in addition to being ergonomic, the elongated shape helps keep the tea hot longer.

With easy to appreciate aesthetic details, the country of origin of this object is revealed at first sight.

Diameter of the opening: 8 cm

Height: 8.5 cm

Yunomi Cup | Supai

Naive style motifs of the climbing kittens decorate this adorable Japanese teacup!

In Japanese, Yunomi simply means a "cup for tea". The people are fond of green tea, the cups have been thought out to optimize tasting this tea family though are still beneficial for other teas.

In fact, in addition to being ergonomic, the elongated shape helps keep the tea hot longer.

With easy to appreciate aesthetic details, the country of origin of this object is revealed at first sight.

Diameter of the opening: 7 cm

Height: 9 cm

Emerald Cup

This Japanese emerald teacup, in a generous format, is perfect for those who prefer a drink larger serving of tea.

Tenmoku Cup from Kamada Kôji | T50

The creations of Mr Koji Kamada are part of the permanent works on show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Tenmoku Cup from Kamada Kôji | T51

The creations of Mr Kôji Kamada are part of the permanent works on show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Tenmoku Cup from Kamada Kôji | T53

The creations of Mr Kôji Kamada are part of the permanent works on show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Tenmoku Cup from Kamada Kôji | T54

The creations of Mr Kôji Kamada are part of the permanent works on show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Tenmoku Cup from Kamada Kôji | T55

The creations of Mr Kôji Kamada are part of the permanent works on show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Cup from Julie Lavoie | Neige

Using a wood-fired kiln, Julie Lavoie, ceramist, creates exquisite porcelain, both rich and rustic with its flames and the delicate imprint of cinders. The result: a rich "living white" effect, both precious and pure in its own way.

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