Tea cup | Tributary | Made by Larissa Warren
The Tributary tea cup from Larissa Warren is the perfect vessel for the meeting of tea leaves and hot water (and milk if you so wish), combining together to create something more than the sum of its parts, not unlike the waterways from which it gets its name.
Through constant testing and experimentation, Larissa Warren is able to create entirely unique ceramics in the Japanese nerikomi style. Crafted using wild clays, rocks and minerals sourced locally from Tamborine Mountain, each with their own unique colour and pattern combination, these cups have a true connection to the earth that can be felt as soon as you hold them.
Locally sourced clay and Australian porcelain
Vessel dimensions: 6.7 x 9.5cm Ø
Made in Tamborine Mountain, Australia
Please note: This listing is for a single mug only. Each mug is unique in colour and patternation, so please refer to the individual numbered photos to make your selection.
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