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porcelain infuser Albert / tea infuser

porcelain infuser Albert
porcelain infuser Albert

Tea infusers which were created by playing and experimentation with shapes and materials.
There are two versions - a cocoon and a polygon iceberg.
The functional version of the tea infusers with some holes, which includes the cone-shaped wooden sticks.
The proportion has several reasons-inserting through a porcelain part stops at some point and thus can be hung on the cup. The wider part of sticks can move away tea leaves from the sieve and it can be used for serving as a “spoon” for stirring tea.

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Tomas Bata University in Zlin

Tomas Bata University in Zlin
Zlín, Czech Republic