Espresso cups duo - Blue and white porcelain - 90 ml - Handmade • Hurricane Hurricane Collection
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This nice set of two blue and white porcelain cups is hand made on the potter's wheel. These two-toned ceramics will bring you into the eye of the storm while enjoying the velvet touch of the porcelain which will bring a little softness to your coffee moments.
Ø 6 cm • H 6 cm • 90 ml
Les minis29,00 €
|color of the clay||Black and white|
|Manufacturing process||Wheel Thrown|
This pretty duo of blue and white porcelain cups will be perfect to task strong coffees, Italian ristrettos or espressos whether they are beans, ground or in capsules. Turned on the potter's wheel, these two-tone ceramics will take you into a spiral, right at the heart of a tropical cyclone. They will add softness and originality to your little coffee moments.
Ø 6 cm • H 6 cm • 90 ml
These cups are sold in sets of 2 cups.
• Perfect cups to enjoy your espressos, ristrettos and strong coffees •
The right size for an espresso
For an espresso, choose cups with a capacity of 50 to 100 ml. With an internal volume of 90 ml, these pretty Elephantom.Design cups have the ideal dimensions to enjoy a delicious Italian-style short coffee.
The right material
Elegant and timeless, porcelain is shock resistant but is also perfect for keeping the warmth and aromas of your delicious ristrettos.
• A manufacturing process that brings them strength and design •
Elephantom.Design's Hurricane collection is made using the Nériage technique. Nériage. It's a surprising enough word to devote a few explorations to it. Straight from Japan, it designates techniques for creating patterns using colored and mixed clays. "Neri" means to mix and "age" - does not mean that it has crossed the ages even if it is the case 😉 - "age" means to turn. Neriage therefore consists of mixing colored clays or porcelain by turning them on the potter's wheel to obtain patterns that are not deposited on the surface of the object but integrated into the mass of the crafted ceramic object.
For the crafting of this beautiful collection of handmade ceramics, a part of the porcelain is first colored in the mass with dyes or metal oxides. Once the porcelain is mixed and colored homogeneously, it is combined with pure white porcelain before being thrown. During the throwing of the piece, the porcelain is marbled by memorizing the spiral of the potter's wheel. The throwing must be as precise and as regular as possible in order to obtain the spiral patterns reminiscent of tropical cyclones. The cup obtained is turned a few days later (deburring of the body and the foot). A first firing prepares the piece for the glaze. This is followed by a second vitrification firing after which the glaze will become solid, shiny and transparent so as to reveal the shimmering splendor of the mixed ceramics.
You will surely be pleased to know that these porcelain cups are part of a larger collection - the Hurricane collection. They will therefore go very well with the items of this collection but also with those of the Sea Ice collection.