Teaset of Istanbul

When I heard the title of this project “Morgenland” I immediately thought of “Zombieland,” but this is a much more relaxed situation. No zombies here, especially if this tea set does the caffeine trick. This teaset, or tea service, was inspired by a visit by the designer to Istanbul – Zitta Schnitt speaks of the magnificent mosques these lovely bits of porcelain are aiming to represent. Elements so delicate they’re only perceptible through hands-on experience, this set contains a teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, dessert plate, cup, and saucer.

These lovely bits are made of Hutschenreuther porcelain and are glossy glazed. Have a lovely teatime with these and munch on a bunch of teatime cookies. Those are my favorite part of the whole situation!

Designer: Zitta Schnitt

10 Comments

  • Tony says:

    I do not think this tea set resembles the beauty of Istanbul, which is one of the most beautiful cities ever.

  • Tony says:

    I do not think this tea set resembles the beauty of Istanbul, which is one of the most beautiful cities ever.

  • Espen T. says:

    Morgenland is norwegian/danish and means morningland.

  • Espen T. says:

    Morgenland is norwegian/danish and means morningland.

  • wowhaus says:

    tea cup: walter gropius much?

  • wowhaus says:

    tea cup: walter gropius much?

  • anon says:

    Doesn't look like an integrated family. Not a fan of the wide mouth cup or weirdly proportioned cup handle and hate the heart motif at the top (how is that Istanbul?). I do like the shape of the kettle & wonder if the you could match the other pieces to that instead of the ones shown.

  • anon says:

    Doesn't look like an integrated family. Not a fan of the wide mouth cup or weirdly proportioned cup handle and hate the heart motif at the top (how is that Istanbul?). I do like the shape of the kettle & wonder if the you could match the other pieces to that instead of the ones shown.

  • Zitta says:

    You may take a look at my website; there you can read the original text; http://www.zittaschnitt.com/2_projects/product-mo

  • Zitta says:

    You may take a look at my website; there you can read the original text; http://www.zittaschnitt.com/2_projects/product-mo

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