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November 26, 2013
Frosty days and holidays necessitate cups of tea and endless table settings. Click through to see our take on the classic cup and saucer.
pod dunk mug dominic skinner

This ingenious mug by Dominic Skinner handily brings together what is, perhaps, the greatest, most comforting, and perfectly delicious duo of our time: tea and biscuits.

Originally appeared in Kitchens Have Needs
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Mug Set - Winter Seasonal

Frosty winter days call for staying warm from the inside out. Now in Winter Seasonal colors, Heath’s Rim Stack Mugs are the perfect vessels for your favorite cold weather beverages (or soups!).

Originally appeared in Heath Ceramics Winter 2013 Collection
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Hakuji Sendan ceramics

The Hakuji Sendan collection by Mori Masahiro for Saikai is simple and warm.

Courtesy of 
Saikai
Originally appeared in Saikai
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tea caddy set

Stockholm-based design company Afteroom’s Tea Caddy set comes with storage for a traditional bamboo caddy spoon. 

Originally appeared in Two Innovative Tea Products
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A spot of tea becomes a playful tabletop game in this set from Nendo. After your brew steeps, remove the pot's wooden lid, which doubles as a spinning top.

Originally appeared in 7 Bright Ceramics
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Whistler collection set by Raquel Castro for MoMA
The Whistler set which includes a creamer and sugar, teapot, and two cups, was exclusively designed by Raquel Castro for MoMA's Destination: Portugal, a product collection highlighting Portuguese lifestyle products.
Originally appeared in Put a Cork on It
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pot

Keep your foodstuffs neatly stored and labeled in a chalkboard jam pot by Terrain.

Originally appeared in 7 Bright Ceramics
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pod dunk mug dominic skinner

This ingenious mug by Dominic Skinner handily brings together what is, perhaps, the greatest, most comforting, and perfectly delicious duo of our time: tea and biscuits.

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