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Cement Teapots

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  • Description

    The roughly-hewn Cement Teapots pay tribute to the raw elements of water, clay and sand man used to invent mortar, cement and concrete, basic materials in our daily lives and our homes. These teapots, designed by Frédérick Gautier, are further inspired by the architecture fashioned from these materials, and especially by Le Corbusier and the mid-1900s Brutalist movement in architecture.

    Gautier's fascination with these materials of human survival is related to his interest in growing food and in the utensils mankind has historically used to serve and consume food. The four teapots, produced by the Antwerp-based company Serax, are deliberately rough and primitive, composed not only of elemental materials but of basic shapes: cylinders, trunks, cubes, cones and disks. The Cement Teapots are enameled on the inside and are food-grade.

    Designed by Frédérick Gautier

    Produced by Serax, based in Antwerp

    27 ounce capacity

    Four versions of the teapots are available

    Designed inspired by Le Corbusier and Brutalism

    Enameled on interior

    Food-grade

    Designed and made in Europe

    H × Dia

    6 × 4 in.

    15 × 10 cm.

    Shipping:
    At Luminaire, our items are delivered via UPS Standard Ground Delivery and our fees are based on the general size and weight of the item’s box. FREE SHIPPING on all Luminaire Lighting, in the continental U.S.
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    Returns:
    At Luminaire, we always do our best to accommodate your return requests. We offer full refunds, minus the delivery fees, within 14 days of the delivery date. The item must be in original condition and in the original packaging and properly packed. Your refund will be complete once your item is received by our warehouse team, inspected, and verified
    Read Full Return Policy

    Description

    The roughly-hewn Cement Teapots pay tribute to the raw elements of water, clay and sand man used to invent mortar, cement and concrete, basic materials in our daily lives and our homes. These teapots, designed by Frédérick Gautier, are further inspired by the architecture fashioned from these materials, and especially by Le Corbusier and the mid-1900s Brutalist movement in architecture.

    Gautier's fascination with these materials of human survival is related to his interest in growing food and in the utensils mankind has historically used to serve and consume food. The four teapots, produced by the Antwerp-based company Serax, are deliberately rough and primitive, composed not only of elemental materials but of basic shapes: cylinders, trunks, cubes, cones and disks. The Cement Teapots are enameled on the inside and are food-grade.

    Designed by Frédérick Gautier

    Produced by Serax, based in Antwerp

    27 ounce capacity

    Four versions of the teapots are available

    Designed inspired by Le Corbusier and Brutalism

    Enameled on interior

    Food-grade

    Designed and made in Europe

    H × Dia

    6 × 4 in.

    15 × 10 cm.

    Shipping:
    At Luminaire, our items are delivered via UPS Standard Ground Delivery and our fees are based on the general size and weight of the item’s box. FREE SHIPPING on all Luminaire Lighting, in the continental U.S.
    Read Full Shipping Policy

    Returns:
    At Luminaire, we always do our best to accommodate your return requests. We offer full refunds, minus the delivery fees, within 14 days of the delivery date. The item must be in original condition and in the original packaging and properly packed. Your refund will be complete once your item is received by our warehouse team, inspected, and verified
    Read Full Return Policy

    Description

    The roughly-hewn Cement Teapots pay tribute to the raw elements of water, clay and sand man used to invent mortar, cement and concrete, basic materials in our daily lives and our homes. These teapots, designed by Frédérick Gautier, are further inspired by the architecture fashioned from these materials, and especially by Le Corbusier and the mid-1900s Brutalist movement in architecture.

    Gautier's fascination with these materials of human survival is related to his interest in growing food and in the utensils mankind has historically used to serve and consume food. The four teapots, produced by the Antwerp-based company Serax, are deliberately rough and primitive, composed not only of elemental materials but of basic shapes: cylinders, trunks, cubes, cones and disks. The Cement Teapots are enameled on the inside and are food-grade.

    Designed by Frédérick Gautier

    Produced by Serax, based in Antwerp

    27 ounce capacity

    Four versions of the teapots are available

    Designed inspired by Le Corbusier and Brutalism

    Enameled on interior

    Food-grade

    Designed and made in Europe

    H × Dia

    6 × 4 in.

    15 × 10 cm.

    Shipping:
    At Luminaire, our items are delivered via UPS Standard Ground Delivery and our fees are based on the general size and weight of the item’s box. FREE SHIPPING on all Luminaire Lighting, in the continental U.S.
    Read Full Shipping Policy

    Returns:
    At Luminaire, we always do our best to accommodate your return requests. We offer full refunds, minus the delivery fees, within 14 days of the delivery date. The item must be in original condition and in the original packaging and properly packed. Your refund will be complete once your item is received by our warehouse team, inspected, and verified
    Read Full Return Policy