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This set is made from three pieces: a handmade small creamer and bowl for sugar, and a durable bamboo spoon (free with the purchase of the set).

I painted the fine motif in a dark teal hue after the two ceramic pieces were thrown on the wheel and fired in the kiln. After painting, I applied the glossy glaze and fired them in the kiln once again.
The scallop motif on the inside and outside of the rim is beautiful to look at... this set is just waiting for you to invite friends over for tea or coffee and show it off!
It is a simple and elegant serving set that would make a perfect present.

This listing is for a ready-to-ship set, but please note every piece is made and painted by hand, so expect small differences in size and design from the one pictured.

The creamer is approximately 2” (5cm) wide and 3" (7cm) high.
The bowl is 3" (8cm) in diameter and 2 (5cm) high.

I make functional pottery and all my pieces are lead-free and food-safe. They are also dishwasher and microwave safe, although hand washing and no microwave use will prolong the life and beauty of your piece.

The creamer and sugar set is also available in other colors!
Click here to see the coral, red, and mint sets:

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Teal Ceramic cream and Sugar Bowl by RossLab Tea Time Green


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: clay, white clay, glossy finish, teal glaze
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 446 reviews
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