Chalcedony Handleless Teacup

A design collaboration between Crystalworks and Luis Alberto. Lovingly created in the workshop of L’Aquart in Lima, Peru.

Material: This material comes from Saricakaya in Turkey. This mine has been producing Chalcedony for 3,000 years, most notably by the Romans as signets for rings.

Use and Care: This chalcedony teacup is fully functional, and can be used with hot liquids or for ceremonial or decorative purposes. 

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