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This beautiful tea service consists of 5 cups and a teapot. Invite friends and family to a moment of pure tasting. This tableware traditional promises you to receive praise and be the envy of your friends !

The colors are very clear that service of dishes make it oh-so-stylish ! It is easy to place on any table. In your closets, save space by stacking the cups one inside the other.

The japanese teapot surprise the uninitiated to the art of japanese tea. His neck thick and guarantee you a good grip. Pour easily with the hot water in your cups without you ever burn nor turn to the side.

The tea cups, japanese ceramics are known for their resistance. This material gives your parts the robustness ideal for everyday use.

Your dishes go to the dishwasher.

Set made in Japan.

Dimensions
Hauteur : 5,80 cm
Diamètre : 8,50 cm
Contenance
230 cc
Matière
Ceramic-porcelain -

Informations

Blanc
Hand wash
Cardboard box
Service à thé blanc cassé

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