Two Color Square Tea Set from Spin Ceramics

Zisha Two Color Square Tea Set

Two Color Square Tea Set from Spin Ceramics

The Hei tea set can be used to prepare the three types of Chinese tea.

The Hei tea set can be used to prepare the three types of Chinese tea.

Golden Wheat Cup & Saucer Set Vintage Gold Accented China Cup

Golden Wheat Cup & Saucer Set Vintage Gold Accented China Cup and Saucer Mid Century Modern Square Saucer Atomic Art Deco Afternoon Tea

Golden Wheat Cup & Saucer Set Vintage Gold Accented China Cup

Nice in white, too - Design I Mug Set (porcelain, white glaze)
five-piece set: four mugs (12oz) and tray
9"x9"x5"

Nice in white, too - Design I Mug Set (porcelain, white glaze) five-piece set: four mugs (12oz) and tray 9"x9"x5"

1918 Bungalow.   Notice access from kitchen to the "icebox" on the back porch...

1918 Bungalow. Notice access from kitchen to the "icebox" on the back porch...

Royal Albert Art Deco Shape Embassy Pattern Tea Cup Trio.

Royal Albert Art Deco Shape Embassy Pattern Tea Cup Trio.

Chanoki Tea Set Pot (160ml) + Cup: This beautiful set, combining a traditional Japanese side-handle pot and matching cups, was made at the kiln of a kyusu (teapot) craftsman. The simple, elegant design is shaped to prevent tea from dripping from the spout after pouring. Traditionally for Japanese greens, such as Sencha and Hojicha, can also be used for green and oolong teas.

Chanoki Tea Set Pot (160ml) + Cup

Chanoki Tea Set Pot (160ml) + Cup: This beautiful set, combining a traditional Japanese side-handle pot and matching cups, was made at the kiln of a kyusu (teapot) craftsman. The simple, elegant design is shaped to prevent tea from dripping from the spout after pouring. Traditionally for Japanese greens, such as Sencha and Hojicha, can also be used for green and oolong teas.

In the Parisian apartment of Kenzo Takada, a Japanese negoro-nuri lacquerware teapot sits on an Art Deco table by lacquerware master craftsman Jean Dunand.    From ‘High Renaissance’, a story on page 118 of Vogue Living Jan/Feb 2012.    Photograph by Mark Seelen.

In the Parisian apartment of Kenzo Takada, a Japanese negoro-nuri lacquerware teapot sits on an Art Deco table by lacquerware master craftsman Jean Dunand. From ‘High Renaissance’, a story on page 118 of Vogue Living Jan/Feb 2012. Photograph by Mark Seelen.

Iwate Tetsubin from Rikochou Ogasawara (Japanese cast iron tea kettle)

Iwate Tetsubin from Rikochou Ogasawara (Japanese cast iron tea kettle)

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