- Tea Knowledge
A solid statement with its quirks cannot be resisted. Taking this pitcher in the hand and sensing its weight, density, the sure durability of its thick hammered glass, one gets the impression of a dislodged, raw stalactite finished by a craftsman’s touch. Yet its most striking feature has to be the odd extension of the lip protruding like the tip of a wild calla. Such a horizontal and flat spout may seem more decorative than functional, but against expectations surprises with a seamless flow of tea, coaxing a slow-and-steady, mindful pour into patient vessels.