Kurinuki teacups, M-L

Carragh Amos
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Tea-cup lovers, rejoice!

This line of rustic-looking tea cups, by Singapore-based ceramicist Carragh Amos, will add that extra oomph to your next tea (or sake) session. Hand-built using the uncommon kurinuki technique, these tea cups have an unmistakable exterior that is a delight to both your eyes and hand!

These cups were made from gritty Australian clay with its exterior purposely glazed white to accentuate the perfectly-imperfect carved lines you see. Check out the video of Carragh carving out cup (A) and (C)

Australian stoneware
White gloss glaze

A: Diameter 7 cm; Height 7 cm
B: Diameter 7 - 7.5 cm; Height 5 cm
C: Diameter 6.5 cm; Height 5.5 cm

*Kurinuki is a Japanese term relating to a particular hand-building technique which involves the carving out of the exterior and the hollowing of the interior from a single block of clay.

The tea cups from this line were listed individually so that you will able to pick the exact piece that you like.