Cups and accessories

All the essential accessories for preparing tea.

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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.

Yunomi Cup | Origami

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

Hagi Cup from Mr Nakahara | Natsu

The City of Hagi is famous for its ceramic teaware, a speciality that emerged there in the seventeenth century with the arrival of potters from Korea.

Tenmoku Cup from Kamada Kôji | T44

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 | T47

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

Yunomi Cup | Bubo

Of Japanese manufacture, Yunomi cups are typical of the country. 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 | Duc

Of Japanese manufacture, Yunomi cups are typical of the country. 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 | Keki

Of Japanese manufacture, Yunomi cups are typical of the country. In Japanese, Yunomi simply means a cup for tea.

Cup from l'Arbre et la Rivière | Hermine

Geneviève Boudreault and Matthieu Huck understand the Art of Tea, they create work that blends functionality with nobility.

Welcoming Cup

A delicate porcelain cup holding small volumes.

Celadion Cup from Lin’s Ceramics | Hibiscus

 The Celadon developed by Lin's Ceramic is distinguished by its intense colour, a unique blue-gray.

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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