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Theo design by Francis Cayouette The award-winning Theo range has launched a coffee maker for all ”slow brew” filter coffee fans.

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Ikawa is a minimalist coffee roaster designed by London-based designers Andrew Stordy and Rombout Frieling. Ikawa aims to encourage and enable an alternative supply chain for speciality coffee, traded.

It's on my wish list for next birthday, hope to get it ... ;-) New tea collection, Theo by STELTON

The Theo teapot by Stelton is made of black-brown stoneware with a cast-iron finish. The lid and handle are made of bamboo.

Emma electric kettle by Holmbäck Nordentoft for Stelton. 	The Emma kettle has a light blue steel jug with an organically curved handle made of beech wood for pleasing contrast.  	The cordless jug has a dry-boil safety feature that switches off automatically when the water has boiled. Supplied with a removable limescale filter. 	Dimensions 	20w x 26d x 25cmh 	Volume: 1.2l

Shop for Stelton Emma Electric Kettle Grey at Panik Design. A licensed Stelton retailer, the UK's largest independent stockist of design.

Times is a minimalist design collection created by Switzerland-based designer Fredrik Wærnes. The collection consists of coffee pots, cups, ...

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Times is a minimalist design collection created by Switzerland-based designer Fredrik Wærnes. The collection consists of coffee pots, cups, .

Perfectly matched by contrasted by surface quality/color  Sake cup by Kazuya Koike

This small sake cup and sake bottle is made for enjoying Yoshino cedar by the five senses.Earthenware and ceramic sake bottle for warmingsake or glassware sake bottle for coldsake, and to each sake bottle, a small sake cup made of Yoshino Cedar is attach…

Chasing Time. A slick and minimal hourglass by 4th year industrial design student, Lihi Svirsky.

This is a simple hourglass designed by Lihi Svirsky, an industrial design student at Shenkar College. If you use the hourglass with an equal amount of sand in a coffee cup, the flow of sand is about 5 minutes.

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