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Kinto Rim Tea Cup 180ml

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The RIM teacup collection from Kinto incorporates designs from traditional Japanese tableware, with the rim of the cup having a subtle touch of European flare. These cups showcase your favorite teas and bring warmth and comfort to your home.
Made in the Hasami region of Japan, the RIM collection brings to life the true spirit of the ceramic traditions of the area. The white cups have an elegant tint of blue, a characteristic of being made in the Hasami region. The earth grey cups have a gentle yet unique expression, made by utilizing clay-containing iron powders which are normally considered impurities.

The RIM teacup 180ml is perfect for your morning meditation or for an afternoon tea with a friend.

  • Diameter: 7.0 cm
  • Height: 7.6 cm
  • 180ml Capacity
  • Porcelain
  • Microwave and Dishwasher Safe
  • Made in Hasami, Japan


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