The set is intended to be used for drinking Simiæn's lichen tea blend, created in collaboration with Saint Charles Apothecary, which the brand describes as a readily available yet underused superfood.
Schwarz engineered a process that mills offcuts of Pannonia Green – a type of natural stone quarried in Austria – in a resource-efficient way.
The Licking Rocks teacups reference the appearance of Roman wine glasses, with a two-part design made up of a tubular stem topped by a hollow cylindrical vessel. This vessel can be placed atop the stem or into a snugly-fitting flat base.
The collection also includes an espresso cup with a smaller form and thick base, a spoon rest, a tea strainer and a jug with a complementary base.
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