1. Two Kosen Nabeshima Cups, Japanese celadon cup made by Kosen pottery using traditional Nabeshima ware methods. Nabeshima ware is one of the finest Japanese forms of pottery, originating from Imari in Saga, Japan. The glazing is made of natural celadon stones, using a method that has been passed down from generation to generation over 350 years in the Okawachi area.
2. Nina Nørgaard glass carafe for coffee, white glass carafe for coffee part of Swedish artist and designer Nina Nørgaard's STUDIO collection. The shape is quirky, yet refined varying slightly in size and shape due to it being delicately made by hand.
3. Alessi Otagonale milk pitcher, designed by Carlo Alessi in the 1930s, the Ottagonale pieces are a reissue of an exceptional classic designed series. Rendered in mirror-polished stainless steel, they were inspired by industrial culture, and will lend contemporary style to any modern home.