Art, Tea & Coffee

I’ve always been fascinated by the Japanese Tea Ceremony, or Sado.


For most of us, tea is just that… tea.


But for the Japanese, tea is much more.


To them, Tea is art.


To them, the Tea Ceremony represents harmony, respect, purity and tranquillity.


It’s a tool to remember the importance of beauty, simplicity, appreciation, discipline, humbleness and kindness.


And if you ask me…


I’d say those are values we are in desperate need of in today’s society.


Wouldn’t you agree?


So I wanted to do my part - and I designed a line of large cup & saucers at Love Milo so coffee & tea lovers could connect with these important values during their daily routines:

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Debbie Laucius

Debbie Laucius

Hi , I just adore your designs they are just beautiful. Just wondering if you still make the these tea cups with the tree and the bird on it. Thanks very much Debbie

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