A serpentine spout and hand-woven vine handle are given visual precedence in this teapot design by Tetsuya Kowari, elevating the language of function to a work of art.
The deep-seated lid created to stay secure when tea is poured is a further indication of Kowari’s signature harmonious fusion of utilitarian and fine art ceramics. Perfect size for a tea between two, or for the collector with an appreciation of the art of teapots.
About the Artist - https://thedeastore.com/pages/artists-Tetsuya-Kowari
Work By This Artist - https://thedeastore.com/collections/all?gf_83181=Tetsuya%20Kowari&gf_83185=1
The DEA Store is a peaceful haven in Redfern, Sydney, Australia, featuring a delightful collection of objects for the home or kitchen, chosen for their utility and intrinsic beauty, their whimsy and intelligence.
Complimenting the eclectic offerings of the nearby retro furniture and design stores, our shelves are updated weekly with carefully selected products from local and international designers and producers.
Alongside our curated collection of ceramics sourced from Japan, you'll find Tom Dixon, Futagami, Terra10, Nousaku, Kimura, Uashmama, Kinto, Menu by Norm Architects, Artistica stoneware from Portugal, Atolyia Turkish towels and robes, Marble Basics, beautiful fabrics from Sally Campbell, Wildfolk Candles, Mad Et Len, L Reddecker, Weck Glassware from Germany, Triumph & Disaster to name a few.
We also proudly support local artists and artisans, with an exquisite selection of unique ceramics and homewares by Timna Taylor, Stephanie Philliips, Suvira McDonald and our own Emily Belle Ellis and Peter Anderson. Furniture by sculptor Stephen Ralph and Vincent Buret sit alongside a limited number of works by an amazing group of emerging new artists, such as Michelle Connolly, Michael McIntyre and Kyle Murrell.
OF SPECIAL NOTE - we have developed a range of ceramics exclusive to our store by young and talented Australian ceramicist Peter Anderson. Our speckled SOH collection is priced from just $18 per piece and includes pinched, hand turned and select sumptuous wood fired pieces. These pieces rotate often - new stock weekly.