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Catherine Lévy & Sigolène Prébois

'Mirza' Porcelain Teapot

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Mirza's pedigree features a wooden handle, an aluminium cover and a stainless steel filter. This enamelled white porcelain teapot is handmade in Hungary, according to the artisanal principle of casting which gives it its irregular shape. The kettle is opened by slightly pushing the piece of metal that blocks the lid forward; the tea or leaves are placed in the filter and then, sprinkled with boiling water, infused. White porcelain, stainless steel and wood teapot. 


Made in Hungary.

1 litre, length 25 cm, Ø 10 cm 

Catherine Lévy & Sigolène Prébois

Catherine Lévy & Sigolène Prébois

The proudly independent designers create singular objects with soul

Sigolène Prébois and Catherine Lévy met as teenagers, two creative misfits
 from posh neighbourhoods. After high school, the friends enrolled at ENSCi, an industrial design school, then formed Tsé & Tsé Associées soon after graduating. Since that time, they have invented 
all sorts of useful, beautiful and somehow inevitable pieces that cheer our homes and our lives. They remain an independent company that designs, manufactures, and distributes their own creations, all from a huge old factory tucked away behind the Place de la Bastille.


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