The Collage teapot from Giel Dedeurwaerder and Brent Neve for Serax is a contemporary version of the traditional Japanese teapot. Through the recess in the lid, the aroma of fresh herbs subtly fills the room. The cast-iron teapot has a matt finish on the exterior and glossy enamel on the interior. The fine handle makes the austere-looking teapot easy to use.
The Collage teapot is suitable for all heat sources, except for microwave ovens.
The choice of material for the Collage teacups fell on solid acacia wood. The insulating properties of this wood ensure that the filled cup never gets too hot to hold. The slightly greyed wood is finished with a matt, waterproof, and food-safe varnish.
Only hand wash.
The cups are sold per 4 pieces. The posted price is valid for the set of 4.
The Collage tea set from Giel Dedeurwaerder and Brent Neve wins a Henry van de Velde award in 1994.
The Henry van de Velde Awards are the biggest design awards in Belgium. Flanders DC gives these design awards to honour good design in all its shapes and forms. Not only do the awards honour the designers as well as the clients, they also emphasis the excellence of the products, services and projects that are designed and made in Belgium.