art is in fact a teapot. One that is utterly distinctive, with a handle, spout and body that all seem to be united as one.read more
teapot constitutes the basic feature of the design, and so its smoothly rounded form is reflected in cups, plates, mugs and bowls too. With Cha, Italian designer Federica Capitani has successfully rendered Japanese tea culture in the form of a modern tea set. The minimalist appearance is interrupted only by a fine dotted relief structure on the surface of the tea mug. With a slightly rough feel, it ensures that this handle-free mug can be held comfortably in your hand.
hard Porcelain which is composed from kaolin, feldspar and quartz. Cha is finished with a shiny glaze. The extraordinary dinnerware has only some additional parts - from teapot noire to plate, from bowl Bamboo to teapot noire.
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