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Time for tea
Normann Copenhagen presents Bliss...
A simple shape and soft contours fuse together in the Bliss tea service. Designer Odo Fioravanti has created a modern porcelain service that is both sturdy and sweet in its expression.
Odo Fioravanti took his point of departure from the teapot and cup typology and experimented with creating a simplified and cohesive idiom. The Bliss teapot and cup form a unified entity, in which the cup can rest on the top of the teapot until the tea is to be served.
About the design Fioravanti says, “I sought after a perfect shape, a shape with a purer and more solid appearance than the typical delicate porcelain teapot, and I ended up with a sort of little helmeted soldier for your table.”
Despite the soldier reference, Bliss oozes peace and idyll. The service’s balanced shape fits well in the hand, inviting you to enjoy the moment. The upright spouts and small, round grips add quirky charm, while a plain, matte surface gives a contemporary and clean overall impression.
The Bliss service comprises a teapot, sugar bowl with lid, milk jug, cup and mug, and is available in a white or grey glaze.
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