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This service japanese tea set combines with bold traditional elements of decoration, with the white and the blue, and modernity, pinning his arabesques on pieces with clean lines. That you have a set of dishes, typically japanese or more western, this service will easily find its place on your table !

The handle of this japanese teapot is in contrast with the object, as much by his subject as by its color. What put a nice touch of originality in the taste of your favorite tea ! This handle allows you to use without risk of burning.

Designed to withstand the test of time, your new tea service accompanies you in daily life without cracking. The paint can withstand frequent washing.

And because we only work with artisans in japanese proud of their culture and of their products, be assured of the care and attention to every detail of your product.

0.6 LT
Ceramic-porcelain -


Tako Karakusa
Hand wash
Cardboard box
Tea set yellow

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