$96–$175 + $5 shipping surcharge
+ $ shipping surcharge
Back to not-so-basics.
Art et Manufacture, also known as Canadian ceramicist Edith Bourgault, takes comforting and familiar objects and adds her sweet style to each piece. A porcelain teapot with the jauntiest spout we ever did see, and available in plain creamy white or with a floral print, will be right at home in your home. Get it in medium (for 2 or so mugs of tea) or large (for about 6 mugs). Let its graceful swoops and curves grace your table at tea time.
Please note that each item is handmade so size may vary slightly.
- Ships from: Canada (can take up to 10 to 15 business days to arrive)
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Medium is 5" W x 7" H and holds 20 ounces; Large is 7" W x 10" H and holds 56 ounces
Care & Notes -
Microwave and dishwasher safe, hand wash recommended.
Meet the Maker
Edith Bourgault discovered ceramics out of the blue, but was so impacted by the craft that she immediately became a ceramic artist. Her collection, Art et Manufacture, gives ordinary objects a decorative edge, without ever losing sight of their original modern, utilitarian look. We think her pieces strike the perfect balance of art and industry.View Full Profile
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