This sugar pot is the perfect companion to the teapot and mugs of this collection. Its monochrome colour palette and box shape promise to bring minimalist modernism to any table.
This handcrafted sugar pot is slip cast to ensure consistency and long wear.
Sue’s range of entirely designed by her and subsequently produced in partnership with other socially and ecologically responsible makers. Sue develops her own glazes and slips, and her tableware is slip-cast by a small family-run workshop in Poland, ensuring an affordable and resistant tableware range.
It has a matte finish exterior and glossy glazed interior and comes in 5 colour options: black, white, dove grey, powder blue and dark teal.
The size of the small mug is 7cm (diameter) x 9cm, with a capacity of 215ml.
If you are interested in discovering the matching tea in this collection, have a look at the teapot here.
About the Maker
Sue Ure works from her studio in South West France and her work has been affected by the colours and landscape of her rural environment. In terms of her colour palette, Sue is very much influenced by her sunny climate. She states, “I really work on having bright, yet subtle colours and a harmony across all the materials I design for. Form is also key to Sue’s work. She elaborates, “I’m very much the product of my mid-century generation. I grew up with furniture that have become design classics. As a result, I think very much in outlines; clean shapes and profiles really matter. It intrigues me that minute differences in the angle of a curve can so greatly change the dynamic of a bowl shape.”
Sue has developed an ever-evolving range of tableware – both in form and colour. Beautiful, useful and ethically made, her tableware will last for years to come.
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