Cups and accessories

All the essential accessories for preparing tea.

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Cup from Dana | Dirette

On this everyday porcelain cup, a work of art is added that is a hymn to the almost invisible and little known beauty of the marine depths.

Cup from Dana | Myri

On this everyday porcelain cup, a work of art is added that is a hymn to the almost invisible and little known beauty of the marine depths.

Cup from Catherine De Abreu | Éolienne

As a challenge, the Quebec artist wanted to use vivid orange for this collection, a colour with a bold character which is rarely used in ceramics. Juxtaposed with this modern graphic, a rebellious cup is born with a singular design that captures the imagination.

Cup from Catherine De Abreu | Navire

The passing of time, longing, travel and a feeling of airiness: these are the thoughts that the artist wishes to evoke with this gentle collection, which is resolutely conducive to reverie.

Chawan from Stéphanie Blanchet | Coquelicot

Quebec ceramist Stéphanie Blanchet offers us a gorgeous deep red chawan in which the green of Matcha will be even brighter.

Cup from Arik de Vienne | Bulle

A mini stoneware cylinder in the ideal size for a welcome or tasting cup. The neon blue lip gives it a stylish touch of modernity, the signature of Arik of Vienne, its creator.

Cup from Arik de Vienne | Mataf

An original cup by Quebec ceramist Arik de Vienne that offers a variety of texture through his technique and unusual "glaze" effect.

Cup from Makiko | Abysse

Quebec ceramist Makiko Nakamura Hicher works her cups to give them this irregular and ageing effect.

Cup from Stéphanie Blanchet | Fusain

Quebec ceramist Stéphanie Blanchet offers us a brand-new look at her work thanks to these fine, minimalist cups.

Cup from Stéphanie Blanchet | Maritime

Quebec ceramist Stéphanie Blanchet offers us a brand-new look at her work with these fine, minimalist cups.

Cup from Catherine De Abreu | Lazuli

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

Cup from Nadine Desmarais | Coquillage

Behind these delicate and textured pieces, we discover a new ceramist with a firmly established style.

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