CLAY HOHIN (tea brewing vessel)
Colorlessly glazed both on the inside and on the outside. Brick-colored, with a warm coffee-honey hue.
Author: Aneta Zatyka, signed.
Volume: about 100 ml
Inspired by traditional Korean ceramics, with a distinct texture. Has a built-in tea strainer.
Glazed entirely, with numerous palpable tiny pieces of sand and rocks. Milk-white and gray colored.
Author: Aneta Zatyka, signed
Volume: about 55ml. each
Those teacups are the fruit of Aneta's latest explorations. They combine the delicacy of porcelain and the subtlety of shape with her favorite, very distinct texture of the base material, resulting in numerous stimuli.
The teacups have been created specifically for a meeting devoted to the Japanese tradition of tea brewing, presented by Ayano Hirobe, curator of The Tea Museum in Shizuoka, Japan, where she cultivates the local history of tea.