Hasami Cup

The Hasami Porcelain Cup in sand ø85 x 55 mm has the perfect size for a filter coffee or your choice of tea. It can also be used as a small bowl or sugar pot.



The historic town of Hasami in Nagasaki Prefecture is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Hasami began crafting its porcelainware almost 400 years ago during the Edo period, distributing them throughout Japan as well as to Europe through the port of Nagasaki. Hasami craftsmen were able to develop a highly efficient system to mass-produce their porcelain products thereby making them more consistent in quality and reasonable in price. HASAMI PORCELAIN was designed by Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise in Venice, CA whose vision was to integrate modern tableware design with the organic quality produced by traditional Japanese manufacturing techniques.

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Packaging

We pack your products in FSC qualified boxes and wrapping. For every tree used to make the cardboard, a new tree will be planted.

Fulfilment

If your order includes bags of coffee, we will fulfil and dispatch your order on Thursdays, when we roast.

Shipping

You order will arrive within 2 business days from the order fulfilment (see fulfilment) within Holland.

In Store

Most of our products are also available at our store in Amsterdam.

Returns

Unfortunately, we cannot offer returns at the moment. If your product is faulty please contact us within 2 days of receiving your order.

Tracking

We will provide you with your tracking number so you can see when your package is scheduled to arrive.

Uncommon Products


 

/ʌnˈkɒmən/ out of the ordinary; unusual; not often found, seen, or experienced; remarkable or exceptional


 

Besides our coffee collection, we offer a small selection of coffee equipment to improve your home brewing and a selective range of our favourite interior products to decorate your homes. Our store is carefully curated, always with sustainability in mind.

Artisans


 

Each product has its own story, its own trajectory and its own remarkable or exceptional craftsmanship.


 

We are proud to be working with some of the most uncommon artisans and designers, with a whole lot of love and passion for their field and it shows. By sharing these uncommon stories we hope to connect back to the art of making and encourage more conscious consumerism.

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