|90, 115, 180, 220 ML
|STORY BEHIND THE CERAMIC
This special Collaboration between German based Japanese Ceramics artist Michiko Shida and ANMO was started in 2017 and since then we have developed the collection of Chinese and Japanese tea ware together. Shida works solely with local German clay. With these ceramics we hope to create awareness for Michiko Shida's amazing talent of craftsmanship. Every piece is unique and completely handmade by the artist herself.
A Gaiwan is a lidded cup which is used as a brewing vessel instead of a teapot for chinese tea. It consists of three parts: the lid, the cup and the plate, traditionally, in Chinese history, representing "earth, mankind, heaven" or "past, present, future", a trinity often found in many cultures.