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Made in Belgium.

A silver-plated teapot by British architect John Pawson was first designed for the refectory of the Abbey of Our Lady of Nový Dvur in Bohemia. The monastic teapot “demonstrates the potential for lyricism in restraint.”

Designed with a lid that seamlessly slots and screws into place and a short spout to minimize spills.

“I seek the comfort of exactness, an absolute precision of scale and proportion.”

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Details

Made in Belgium.

A silver-plated teapot by British architect John Pawson was first designed for the refectory of the Abbey of Our Lady of Nový Dvur in Bohemia. The monastic teapot “demonstrates the potential for lyricism in restraint.”

Designed with a lid that seamlessly slots and screws into place and a short spout to minimize spills.

“I seek the comfort of exactness, an absolute precision of scale and proportion.”

Materials

Dimensions

Care



British architect John Pawson first designed tableware for the refectory of the Abbey of Our Lady of Nový Dvur in Bohemia. The monastic set “demonstrates the potential for lyricism in restraint.” Plates are near-flat surfaces that elevate above the tabletop and bowls are designed with a simple curve. “I seek the comfort of exactness, an absolute precision of scale and proportion.” This simplicity of form continues with all objects he designs including his bronze and marble hurricanes and wood trays.