Tea drinking might have been an uncomplicated exercise 100 years ago, but with so many options of infusions, accents and mixtures, you may need more than a jug, a mug and a sieve. The Chai-Set designed Mahsa Haddad simultaneously embraces the simplicity and the liberal art of preparing a cuppa, presenting its user with beautiful minimalist pieces that pack neatly within and upon a deep storage server.
However, the quantity of components that make up this tea set allow for a much more involved beverage ritual, comprising a milk pourer, a loose leaf strainer and holder, a sugar bowl, two china teacups and a wooden-handled teapot. A metal tray and drawer system keeps all Chai-Set elements assembled and a supply of little tealight candles can turn this container into a warming platform.
Multifarious Cuppa Collections
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