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5/8-2017

5/8-2017

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The Japanese tea ceremony

Tea embodies the beauty that makes up Japanese culture. To understand tea you must study poetry, art, literature, architecture, legacy and history. from The Wabi Sabi House by Robyn Griggs Lawrence - Japanese tea ceremony utensils

My new favorite thing!  Ken Eardley Ceramics

Admiring the ceramic pieces of Brighton-based artist, Ken Eardley. He has taken his background as textile designer and applied his knowledge and ideas into this bold and colorful collection of ceramics. You can see his portfolio here at Yellow House Art.

These are some pretty awesome coffee cups and we want them. But those intricate little critters look like a recipe for cups that are never quite clean enough!

Whimsical Hidden Animal Teacups

This teacup sold by Japanese store Rakuten features a hidden animal (bear, owl or fox) which makes a surprise appearance as you drink your tea.

SyuRo

OEN is a shop selling craft and design goods from all over the world.

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