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Collage Teacup - / Acacia - Serax

Dark wood

12.02 £12.02
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Product detail

  • Type : Teacup
  • Colour : Dark wood
  • Material : (Wood)
  • Dimensions : Ø 8.5 x H 5.8 cm- Capacity: 15 cl
  • Weight : 0.176 lb
  • Characteristics : Insulating property (keeps tea hot) - Not suitable for dishwashers or microwaves - Winner of: Henry Van de Velde Awards 2019
  • Country of Manufacture : China

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Description

Drawing their inspiration from the Japanese tea tradition, Giel Dedeurwaerder and Brent Neve, from the Utilise.objects designer collective, created this wonderful solid acacia teacup. The warm soft and smooth wood is very pleasant upon contact with the lips, with none of the cold feeling you get from glass or ceramic cups. Durable and ecological, the wood also has insulating properties: it keeps the tea warm while stopping you from burning your fingers. The Collage tea service was rewarded at the Henry Van de Velde Awards 2019 in the habitat category. Giel Dedeurwaerder: "Collage is based on a perfect balance between material, form and proportions, and on the idea that tableware can also serve as a decoration instead of being stored away after use."

In detail:
  • Variation : Dark wood

  • Brand : Serax

  • Designer : Brent Neve - Giel Dedeurwaerder

  • Type : Teacup

  • Colour : Dark wood

  • Material : Solid Acacia coated in a mat water-repellent varnish suitable for food contact

  • Dimensions : Ø 8.5 x H 5.8 cm- Capacity: 15 cl
  • Weight : 0.176 lb
  • Characteristics : Insulating property (keeps tea hot) - Not suitable for dishwashers or microwaves - Winner of: Henry Van de Velde Awards 2019
  • Country of Manufacture : China

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