Beautiful tea cups with a two tone exterior and a white interior. Can be bought together or separate. One tea cup is tulip-shaped, narrow at the base and tapering outward to the rim. The other is round-shaped, widening in the middle before tapering slightly in to the rim. Together they make an eye-catching pair reminiscent to the meoto yunami husband/wife cups made by Japanese potters.
Click here for a beautiful matching gaiwan and/or pitcher.
- Capacity: 2 oz/ 60 ml
- Firing: Oxidation fired in an L&L Electric Kiln
- Clay: Dark stoneware
- Glaze: White interior, Clear exterior
- Care: Dishwasher safe but hand wash recommended. NOT microwave safe due to raw unglazed clay on exterior lowers.
Note: This is a hand-made item and thus may exhibit all of the perfections and imperfections of a one-of-a-kind handmade cup. While I do my best to photograph the piece in a way that best represents it, please be aware that colors can look different on different computer screens. If you would like more pictures or information, please contact us.
About the Artist:
Mark Foster/Happy Cat Pottery
Mark's work is heavily influenced by tea. That is, it best exists in the moment; sharing a cup of tea with others can provide a reprieve by dissolving basic social expectations and structures. Tea is a means by which to make connections, with life, nature, and those around us. I hope that my work brings others to find their own tea practice. Each piece is derived from function and form, and balances between a modern, distracting, clean aesthetic and traditional Asian techniques and designs.