The creations of Mr Kôji Kamada are part of the permanent works on show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Cups and accessories
All the essential accessories for preparing tea.
Peter Ting is a London based designer, famous for his award-winning work in the world of luxury ceramics. Currently the Creative Director for LEGLE, Limoges in France, his vast portfolio of work from the last 20 years includes work for Royal Crown Derby and Asprey.
This purion cup comes from the famous Lin's Ceramics studio in Taiwan. This remarkable material, developed after 10 years of research, is specifically designed to enhance aged, wulong and black teas.
Tasting sets like this are used all over the world for comparative tasting. An equal dose of each tea, is infused in its infusion cup with the lid on and then decanted into the bowl. Tasted side by side, tea professionals will detect the subtle differences within the same family of tea.
This double wall cup, exclusive to Camellia Sinensis, conserves the warmth of the tea for longer, without depriving you of the pleasure of admiring the colour of the infusion. Its large capacity makes it a good choice for high volume drinkers, equally suitable for warm tea or iced tea. Easy to maintain, this article is dishwasher-safe.
This double wall cup, exclusive to Camellia Sinensis, conserves the warmth of the tea for longer, without depriving you of the pleasure of admiring the colour of the infusion. Its rounded form and smooth sides make it a comfortable and versatile utensil for everyday use. Easy to maintain, this article is dishwasher-safe.
Quebec ceramist Stéphanie Blanchet offers us a brand-new look at her work with these fine, minimalist cups.
Quebec ceramist Stéphanie Blanchet offers us a brand-new look at her work thanks to these fine, minimalist cups.
Behind these delicate and textured pieces, we discover a new ceramist with a firmly established style.
The slight crackle in this white porcelain cup, adds charm to its subtle shades and textures. The Ovo's finish is surely the most subdued collection from Ms. Zhang.
It was in a teahouse in Japan that the potter Julie Lavoie discovered Tenmoku. On seeing the works of Kamada Koji for the first time, she was inspired by the 'starry skies' effect, unique to this glaze. Like a premonition, this idea of meteors had already appeared in her work before this journey.