Designed by Simon Stevens
- An elegant glass teapot allows you to watch your favourite tea brewing
- Easy to know when the tea is perfectly brewed
- Cups & saucer embellished with beautiful textures and watery coloured glazes
- Adorned with the deep blues of a Nordic fjord
- Serve your coffee or tea in style
- This set includes:
C080-32A 0.7L Teapopt with Porcelain Infuser
C080-12BIN 280ml Cup & Saucer (Indigo) x 4pc
0.7L Teapopt with Porcelain Infuser
DIMENSIONS: Volume 0.7L; Height 13cm
PACKAGING SIZE: Length 18cm ; Width 11.5cm ; Height 14cm
MATERIALS: Porcelain and Glass
280ml Cup and Saucer (Indigo)
Cup: Diameter 9.8cm ; Height 7cm ; Volume 280ml
Saucer: Diameter 11.6 ; Height 2cm
Inspired by Scandinavian simplicity, Weave is a collection of functional forms embellished with beautiful textures and watery coloured glazes. The tactile patterns weave and flow over each piece which are further enhanced by the coloured glazes that wash over the undulating surfaces. Three textures have been used in combination throughout the range. They were inspired by surfaces found in nature such as the soft diamond shape of a crisp newly formed leaf or the soft flowing ripples found in the sand as the sea retreats from a high tide. The colours used for Weave are also inspired by the Scandinavian landscape; from the sandy yellows of the shoreline to the deep blues of a Nordic fjord.
Weave has been designed to be both practical and beautiful exploiting true ceramic qualities that come together in this durable porcelain collection.
Simon Stevens is an award winning product designer and a driving force in ceramic design. Simon has worked with some of World's most prestigious ceramic manufacturers and has taught and lectured on the subject throughout the UK. He has headed up Design Teams for lifestyle brands and now continues his design career in the established Simon Stevens Design Studio based in London. Simon's dynamic creativity resulted in his most successful designs being in the permanent collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Frankfurt Museum of Applied Art.