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Loveramics Cappuccino Tasse Basil
CHF 15,80 Cappuccino
Loveramics Cappuccino Cup Basil

These pearl basil coloured cappuccino cup and saucer are of great durability and quality. The inside of the cups is shaped to particularly favour the pouring of the latte art. It is not for nothing that they were the official competition cups of the 2016 Barista Latte Art World Championship. What are pottery colours? Pottery colours basically consist of two types of glazes, or from a ceramic point of view, we call them reactive glaze. They react violently in kiln at 1300°C and form different types of crystals, the glaze runs are very different from the original colours. As glazes have different properties such as flow rate, melting temperature and colours, mixing two glazes will give unexpected results and further stimulate the pottery. Let's call it colours of potters.Loveramics is a contemporary collection of beautifully designed and decorated ceramics. The company believes that good design encompasses aesthetic craftsmanship with colour and practicality in catering for a range of kitchens, as well as space-saving solutions for urban living.Simon Stevens is an award-winning product designer and a driving force in ceramic design. Simon has worked with some of the world's most renowned ceramic manufacturers. He has led design teams for lifestyle brands and is now implementing his own design career at the established Simon Stevens Design Studio based in London. Simon's dynamic creativity has led to his most successful designs being in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum and Frankfurt's Museum of Applied Arts.

Loveramics Cappuccino Tasse Berry
CHF 15,80 200 ml
Loveramics Cappuccino Cup Berry

These pearl-like red cappuccino cup and saucer are of great durability and quality. The inside of the cups is shaped in such a way that pouring the latte art is particularly favoured. It is not for nothing that they were the official competition cups of the 2016 Barista Latte Art World Championship. What are pottery colours? Pottery colours basically consist of two types of glazes, or from a ceramic point of view, we call them reactive glaze. They react violently in kiln at 1300°C and form different types of crystals, the glaze runs are very different from the original colours. As glazes have different properties such as flow rate, melting temperature and colours, mixing two glazes will give unexpected results and further stimulate the pottery. Let's call it colours of potters.Loveramics is a contemporary collection of beautifully designed and decorated ceramics. The company believes that good design encompasses aesthetic craftsmanship with colour and practicality in catering for a range of kitchens, as well as space-saving solutions for urban living.Simon Stevens is an award-winning product designer and a driving force in ceramic design. Simon has worked with some of the world's most renowned ceramic manufacturers. He has led design teams for lifestyle brands and is now implementing his own design career at the established Simon Stevens Design Studio based in London. Simon's dynamic creativity has led to his most successful designs being in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum and Frankfurt's Museum of Applied Arts.

Loveramics Cappuccino Tasse Butter Cup
CHF 15,80 Cappuccino
Loveramics Cappuccino Cup Butter Cup

These pearl butter coloured cappuccino cup and saucer are of great durability and quality. The inside of the cups is shaped in such a way that pouring the latte art is particularly favoured. It is not for nothing that they were the official competition cups of the 2016 Barista Latte Art World Championship. What are pottery colours? Pottery colours basically consist of two types of glazes, or from a ceramic point of view, we call them reactive glaze. They react violently in kiln at 1300°C and form different types of crystals, the glaze runs are very different from the original colours. As glazes have different properties such as flow rate, melting temperature and colours, mixing two glazes will give unexpected results and further stimulate the pottery. Let's call it colours of potters.Loveramics is a contemporary collection of beautifully designed and decorated ceramics. The company believes that good design encompasses aesthetic craftsmanship with colour and practicality in catering for a range of kitchens, as well as space-saving solutions for urban living.Simon Stevens is an award-winning product designer and a driving force in ceramic design. Simon has worked with some of the world's most renowned ceramic manufacturers. He has led design teams for lifestyle brands and is now implementing his own design career at the established Simon Stevens Design Studio based in London. Simon's dynamic creativity has led to his most successful designs being in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum and Frankfurt's Museum of Applied Arts.