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Based on everyday dim sum teacups, these are handmade to mimic their mass-produced counterparts and stand on their tip-toes to be noticed. The set is made to be added to any utilitarian teacup collection to remind us of the cups that we often overlook. Each set contains 3 cups, each raised to a different height and made in Jingdezhen, the porcelain capital of China.
Available at Walrus in Vancouver, $58 for set of 3.

We are a collaborative group of designers in Vancouver making things and telling stories. We observe behaviour, ask questions, share ideas, refine details, and shape materials. We obsess over: language, culinary exploits, objects, ideas and human activity.