Le Bouquet Cup with Saucer


A piece of art and a drinking vessel; to sip from the Bauquet Cup is to partake in a moment of experiential beauty.

When paired with the teacups' sculpted design, the saucer's delicate upturned edges and raised pedestal base create the impression that the two pieces are the conjoined layers of a blossoming flower, gently unfurling its petals to expose the bloom's liquid center.

When filled with your drink of choice, the effect becomes heightened, as any beverage held inside the teacup becomes a part of the flower itself, adding another layer of dimension and color.

The Le Bouquet's delicate handle decoration and soft color palette of pale green, light pink, or creamy white is a nod to antique porcelain work of a bygone era, expertly reimagined to include a more generous saucer size and whimsical shape.

Skilled porcelain artisans create this unique set in Seto City, Japan, where the well-defined shape is formed by carefully carving a plaster mold into the silhouette of a plump flower, which requires a high level of craftsmanship.

  • Cup: D 5" x H 2.4", 6.42oz | D 13 x H 6 cm, 190ml
  • Saucer: D 6" x H 1.2" | D 15 x H 3.1 cm
  • Porcelain
  • Dishwasher safe, but handwashing recommended
  • Made in Japan

Due to kiln firing and the nature of clay and hand-glazed pieces, subtle variations may occur from item to item. Small color differences or the occasional glaze drip on the bottom of the piece are not considered a defect but a true testament to each piece's handcrafted nature and the natural characteristics of pottery. With that said, your joy when receiving any piece from our store is our highest priority. If you would like to see a photo of the exact ceramic item(s) we have in stock, simply reach out to us using the "Chat with us" box located near the bottom right corner of your screen, and we will be happy to assist you.

Since 1950, the artisans of Marumitsu have been creating heirloom-worthy ceramics in Seto, Aichi, Japan's pottery capital.
Here, the oldest kilns in the country continue to burn, keeping alive ancient traditions & sharing the wonders of Japanese ceramics with a new generation of collectors.

Marumitsu's breathtaking creations are known for their nature-inspired silhouettes and nuanced French style.

The thoughtful approach of Marumitsu is made evident in their belief that "meals are delightful." Each piece is created with a deeply intentional perspective to be both aesthetically beautiful and exceptionally functional for daily use.

Incorporating the best of time-honored and modern techniques, master artisans skillfully form Marumitu Poterie's signature pieces from natural clays harvested throughout the surrounding hillsides of Seto.

Marumitsu's connection to the people and natural resources that create every piece can be felt and seen in each carefully crafted, subtlely unique work of art.

Delivery is free for Canadian orders over $150 (before applicable taxes).

We ship all orders via Canada Post. Shipping rates are calculated at checkout based on your total order weight & shipping address. On average, Standard shipping within Canada will be between $12-$20 CAD. Canada Post Expedited & Xpresspost options are also available.

In-stock orders ship within 2 business days. Once your order has shipped, delivery usually takes 2-7 business days for Canada & 5-10 to the United States.

We currently ship to all Canadian Provinces & Territories, the Contiguous United States & Hawaii. For shipping to all other countries, please contact us prior to placing your order & we will provide applicable shipping options for you.

You can return your product for exchange or store credit within 5 business days of receiving your order.

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