This teacup is a creation from Goji Studio, a pottery and culinary space in Toronto. It features a unique shape, characterized by the practicality of being stackable, meticulously crafted by Ken Yau, a skilled chef who offers creative culinary courses.
The teacup is adorned with delicate and charming motifs of a raven and a silk tree flower, illustrated by Toronto-based illustrator, Ashley Tse, serving as beautiful accents to the piece. The contrast between the glossy glaze and the matte texture adds to its allure, and as each cup is handcrafted, no two pieces are identical.
These cups are not only perfect for enjoying green tea, Chinese tea, or black tea but also serve excellently as sake cups. Moreover, their size is apt for serving small side dishes like pickles or salads, making them versatile additions to your tableware collection.
Goji Studio, located in the eastern part of Toronto, is a hub of culinary and artistic innovation, conceived and brought to life by the skilled chef and ceramic artist, Ken Yau, alongside illustrator, Ashley Tse. Within this creative enclave, visitors have the unique opportunity to explore Ken's distinctive ceramic creations and Ashelly's vibrant illustrations and graphic designs. Additionally, by reservation only, guests can indulge in an array of exclusive dinner courses, each meticulously curated by Ken to reflect the flavors of the season.