These artisan crafted Japanese cups are of the style once used for soba but now commonly used for tea (chawan). The popular hand painted stripes are an ode to 'vintage' Japanese fabric styles.
The slightly taller cup, in blue and hazel is coated in a glossy crackle glaze, making it both unique to look at and smooth to the touch. The shorter cup in blue upon grey, highlights the textural nature of the clay. Both cups feature a dollop of 'cream' colour at their bottom.
Beautiful to drink from, they could also be used for spirits, sake or even wine... that is if tea ain't your cuppa!.
The sizing difference of the two cups and the individual pricing is outlined below.
Cup 1: only slightly taller - blue, hazel, clay
Approx. 8.5 cm in diameter across the top
7 cm tall
Cup 2: slightly shorter - blues and grey
Approx. 9 cm in diameter across the top
6.5 cm tall
Handle carefully. Avoid the dishwasher or use in the microwave.
**Price includes shipping in Australia - for OS please see international sales page
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