Setomono Cup Set | Coffee Cups & Tableware | Fine Stoneware
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Setomono Cup Set
We are proud to launch our new cup tableware series: Setomono. Made from fine stoneware and inspired by traditional Japanese pottery. The Setomono tableware sets are available in 3 different sizes. The Setomono Cups can be bought separately or in this stackable three piece set.
Cup | 350 ml | 9 D x 10 H cm
Container | 250 ml | 9 D x 6,2 H cm
Side plate | 9 D x 1,8 H cm
The Setomono Cup Set consist of three pieces af tableware: a bowl, a container/pot and a side plate. Stackable, as shown on the images, and it not used as a small side plate you can use the small plate as a lid for the container. Decorate your table with this simple, off-white cutlery/tableware from Kristina Dam Studio. Everyday stoneware with a clear Scandinavian design – produced in the EU and designed in Denmark. The Setomono Cups Set is brought into this world in our European factory, that specialises in high-quality stoneware. All Setomono designs are glazed & burned twice for highest strength and maximum durability making the items strong and perfect for everyday use; and can withstand both the microwave oven and the dishwasher. Bring your coffee experience into the next level and drink your morning coffee from this beautiful cup set. Having guests for brunch? Serve their coffee in the Setomono cups and serve their food on our new Japanese Wood Boards. Kristina Dam stoneware focusing on shape and graphic line – simplicity with an attitude.
Kristina Dam Studio was established back in 2012. With a humble range of prints and the celebrated cube table, the danish architect and artist Kristina Dam entered the danish interior and furniture stage. Today, Kristina Dam Studio, has bloomed into a well-known danish design studio admired for a number of iconic and bold designs. Nowadays we present two new collections every year embracing furniture, sculptures, lighting, and accessories. Kristina Dam Studio - when design and art unify.
Please be aware that due to the matte finish of this fine stoneware the Setomonos are more prone to scratches and marks from cutlery.