Teapot #5 - David Louveau 2020
Material: clay paste mixed with different granite sands and spring water.
Firing: wood (mostly birch, responsibly harvested).
Other features: The handle is hollow and remains comfortable to hold when the teapot is hot.
Size: 80 ml
This is a very small teapot. It works amazingly well for gyokuro; handled with care, it also brews delicious raw pu er.
About the Artist:
Originally from New Caledonia, currently based in rural Sweden, David Loveau is an old friend and one of the most talented ceramic artists we've encountered.
His ceramics are free flowing, inspired in shapes and textures of the natural world. Setting aside his wheel, personally digging for natural clay and (responsibly) harvesting wood to feed his old school kiln, David creates teaware that delights all senses.
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Location2208 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver, BC1.604.558.0500
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