Handleless Cup by The Camphill Village Trust
This handleless cup is handmade from stoneware clay from Stoke-on-Trent by people with learning difficulties and disabilities, through the Camphill Village Trust charity at The Grange in Newnham-on-Severn.
The cup features a muted pearl coloured glaze which is done by hand, making every one unique. Some items also feature initials of the person who has made it.
Without handles, you hold the cup in both hands, a warming, more soothing experience that has historically been used to serve tea in Japanese culture, a tradition dating back to the 16th century.
It can also be used as a small bowl, perfect for rice, desserts or tapas dishes.
Produced through a person-centred approach in which support is tailored to each individual's needs and provides opportunities for personal growth, fulfilling, skilled and meaningful work, social interaction, education and cultural inspiration.
The charity gives the individuals purpose, opportunities and self-worth regardless of their abilities. Respecting the unique identity and dignity of each person and seeking to find meaning, value, social contribution and achievement in their lives.
Size: 11cm x 6cm
Care: Dishwasher safe but hand washing is recommended.