Ladybug Apple Tea Cup
Ladybug Apple Tea Cup
Ladybug Apple Tea Cup
Ladybug Apple Tea Cup
Ichendorf Milano

Ladybug Apple Tea Cup

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Introduce a dash of natures charm to your dining table with our delightful Ladybug Apple Teacup. Crafted by the ingenious mind of Allesandra Baldereschi, this intricately handmade clear glass teacup redefines elegance with a playful and whimsical twist. The accompanying saucer, adorned with a dainty yellow ladybug, adds an extra layer of enchantment to elevate your table setting.

Ichendorf Milano, a trailblazer in the glass industry, crafts iconic table accessories that embody authenticity, originality, and unparalleled quality. The saga began in Quadrath-Ichendorf, Germany, where visionary glass artisans breathed life into objects that captivated the refined tastes of their era. In 1990, the journey led to Milan, where Ichendorf embarked on collaborations with global artists and designers.

A relentless pursuit of harmonizing tradition, artisanship, and innovation propels Ichendorf's legacy. Every delicate masterpiece emerges from meticulous techniques and exquisite materials, resulting in refined, evocative designs that resonate with connoisseurs like you.

NOTE: Dishwasher safe at low temperatures (40 °C/104 °F recommended)

MATERIAL: Handmade and lampworked borosilicate glass

DIMENSIONS: D 8 cm x H 7 cm, Saucer 14 cm

DESIGN AND PRODUCTION: Ichendorf Milano (Italy)

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about the designer

Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

Ladybug Apple Tea Cup
Ladybug Apple Tea Cup
Ladybug Apple Tea Cup
Ladybug Apple Tea Cup
Ichendorf Milano

Ladybug Apple Tea Cup

Regular price$52.00
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Shipping calculated at checkout.
  • SSL secured payment processing
  • first time? use code "newfriends" at checkout for an additional discount.
  • Only a few remaining

Introduce a dash of natures charm to your dining table with our delightful Ladybug Apple Teacup. Crafted by the ingenious mind of Allesandra Baldereschi, this intricately handmade clear glass teacup redefines elegance with a playful and whimsical twist. The accompanying saucer, adorned with a dainty yellow ladybug, adds an extra layer of enchantment to elevate your table setting.

Ichendorf Milano, a trailblazer in the glass industry, crafts iconic table accessories that embody authenticity, originality, and unparalleled quality. The saga began in Quadrath-Ichendorf, Germany, where visionary glass artisans breathed life into objects that captivated the refined tastes of their era. In 1990, the journey led to Milan, where Ichendorf embarked on collaborations with global artists and designers.

A relentless pursuit of harmonizing tradition, artisanship, and innovation propels Ichendorf's legacy. Every delicate masterpiece emerges from meticulous techniques and exquisite materials, resulting in refined, evocative designs that resonate with connoisseurs like you.

NOTE: Dishwasher safe at low temperatures (40 °C/104 °F recommended)

MATERIAL: Handmade and lampworked borosilicate glass

DIMENSIONS: D 8 cm x H 7 cm, Saucer 14 cm

DESIGN AND PRODUCTION: Ichendorf Milano (Italy)

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

about the designer

Alessandra Baldereschi is Milanese and studied industrial design at the Domus Academy. She cooperates with various brands implementing lighting, décor and furnishings designs. Among her illustrious exhibitions: Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennal, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival and Moss Gallery, New York.

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