A Japanese teapot or service that can be related to the Chinese Gaiwan. This one in a beautiful ceramic with the warm shades of the earth, has a lid, the bowl being placed above. It is equipped with a filter, and its "little ears" are practical for better handling. The all round, with the beak is reminiscent of a baby bird. We recognize the chic, the simplicity and the Japanese authenticity. A very beautiful object that invites to collection and meditation.
Small variation in the equally noble second model.
Asians call this kind of teapot rather service, the habit being to transport it and have it available at all times. The tea ceremony is very important to them.
No, it's not a mission but rather a philosophy of life.
When it comes to health and wellness, the simplest things are not only the most enjoyable, but also the ones that yield the best results. We therefore strive to reconnect men to nature for a better balance in order to better take care of their body which is the temple of their soul.
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