Chalk Board Mug
Written by Katie on January 12, 2009. Permalink
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Written by Katie on January 12, 2009. Permalink
Written by Katie on December 12, 2008. Permalink
How great are these? Perfect as a gift for anyone familiar with Pantone charts.
These mugs, inspired by Pantone Color charts, are glazed with a pattern resembling the iconic Pantone Color Chip and come with cute Pantone chip tag. Graphic designers and Color Gurus rejoice!
10 oz Mug.
Available in sets of 10 (1.0 and 2.0) for $125 or a 4pk “Tea Set” for $52.50
$52.50-$125.00, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $52.50-$125.00
Written by Katie on November 26, 2008. Permalink
I’m not a huge espresso fan, but if I was, I’d be all sorts of into this: no electricity needed and you could take it anywhere when traveling. Might be a great gift for an espresso-loving friend or family member…
Compact and lightweight, Handpresso allows for espresso to be enjoyed anywhere. It works without electricity with four easy steps: pump handle, pour hot water, insert coffee pods, and press. Uses standard E.S.E. (easy-serving espresso) coffee pods (not included). Made of aluminum and plastic. Hand-wash only.
Size: 2.75h x 8.75l x 4″d
$140.00 ($126.00 Members), Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $140.00
Written by Katie on November 7, 2008. Permalink
I’ve posted the
Bailey Doesn’t Bark Wall Plates before, and seeing as this cup and saucer set is a bit more affordable it deserves its own place in the spotlight.
The ants were individually hand painted by me, Re Jin, then transfered onto ceramic decal paper. Hand decorated onto a beautiful, classic set of cup and saucer. decals fired. microwave + dishwasher safe. original illustration by re jin lee @ bailey doesn’t bark…all bdb items are wrapped in a gift box.
Porcelain, Cup: 3Hx3.5D (8oz), Saucer: 6D
$55.00, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $55.00
Written by Katie on October 3, 2008. Permalink
This is the prettiest (and most expensive) tea strainer I’ve ever seen.
“The Queen Anne’s Lace tea strainer is a small, barely concave disc of silver that is more perforation than material. Hand made in Ted Muehling’s New York studio.”
($180.00 members) $200.00,
Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $180.00
Written by Katie on August 25, 2008. Permalink
An excellent teapot stand/warmer, this will do the job without offending the eye.
“A futuristic teapot warmer, elegantly arranged into a spiral of slats of wood. Produced in workshops staffed by the physically and mentally handicapped, this piece is sure to warm both your tea and your heart.”
10″dia. x 4.5″H
Designer: Christoph Matthias
Materials: Maple or walnut
$79.00, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $79.00
Written by Katie on July 16, 2008. Permalink
This delicate leaf patterned cup is available in black leaf on a white background or white leaf on a black background, so you can pick whatever floats your boat.
“The Leaf Cup is a remarkable piece because of its artist quality pattern. The silhouette edge is finely detailed, as if actual leaves were placed around the cup. This porcelain cup is finished in a matte back glaze.”
2″ dia. x 3.5″H
Designed by: Masahiro Mori
Produced by: Design Mori, Japan
Black Leaf or White Leaf
Buy it here.
No longer available.
Written by Katie on June 10, 2008. Permalink
This is perhaps the simplest sugar and cream set ever (maybe)…
Trio – an elegant glass set for many purposes. Trio set continues the tradition of multifunctional, elegant Iittala design. Consisting of three stackable parts, all made for many purposes…a pitcher, a small bowl and a bigger bowl…it is classical glass design in its purest form: plain and light.
Dimension: pitcher 15 oz, bowl 10 oz, bowl 6.75 oz
Designer: Camilla Krop 2007
Purchase Information:Price: $68.00
Written by Katie on May 13, 2008. Permalink
This will sure be handy once the summer heat sets in…
“Steep hot tea in the lidded upper pitcher and then Flash Chill deliciously fresh iced tea by pouring the brewed beverage into the ice in the lower pitcher for immediate service. The signature piece of our Tea-Over-Ice™ line, these sculpturally designed pitchers are made from hand-blown heat-resistant glass and stack for a captivating table side presentation.”
Purchase Information:Price: $42.00
Written by Kris on May 13, 2008. Permalink
This is a perfect gift for your favorite coffee drinker.
“Eva Solo bring their “less is more” design aesthetic to the simple task of brewing coffee. Simply spoon in the coffee, add boiling water, stir and replace the drip-free filter funnel and the tip-up lid. Wait four minutes, and pour the freshly-brewed coffee. The lid and the cover keep the coffee warm for 30 minutes, as well as giving the brewer is distinctive “flask in a pullover” look.The covers are available in knitwear or neoprene (zipped). Consisting of four easy-to-clean parts (heatproof flask, lid, filter and cover), with a custom stirrer, easy to clean and maintain. Winner of numerous design awards, including the 2004 Design-Plus. This method of brewing coffee is the closest to that used by professional coffee tasters and blenders.”
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Purchase Information:Price: $75
Written by Katie on April 30, 2008. Permalink
Pretty smart interpretation for keeping your beverages hot and your hand comfortable…
“the radiator mug designed by stephen reed is a refreshing departure from the traditional handle-style mug. instead of relying on that handle to allow you to hold a hot beverage, the radiator’s stylish and functional fins do the trick, providing just enough contact to keep your hand warm. the radiator mug is a must-have for those who appreciate its industrial style, or those who simply prefer that their everyday objects possess a little more flair.”
4.1″h x 3.5″ diameter
Purchase Information:Price: $24.00
Written by Katie on April 18, 2008. Permalink
Written by Katie on April 17, 2008. Permalink
I’d seen this talked about, but it’s not until now that I’ve seen it actually available for purchase (‘purchase’ in the sense of able to order it- it’s out of stock until mid May, but you can preorder now to make sure your name’s down when they’re back in).
Double-walled porcelain cup with silicone top.
Size: 3.5″ x 6″
Purchase Information:Price: $20.00
Written by Katie on April 3, 2008. Permalink
Written by Katie on February 1, 2008. Permalink
I wonder how well wood conducts heat? I’m tempted to buy these; they look so comfortable to hold, plus, they seem more natural than the ceramic mugs we’re all used to.
“Keyaki wood is a Japanese elm and has been much prized for centuries by Japanese woodworkers for the dramatic and beautiful grain. Each teacup is carved from a single block of wood and has a unique pattern. They are light and wonderful to hold in the hand. Set of 4.”
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Purchase Information:Price: $40.00