Doric Teapot Set contains one teapot and four cups. The name "Doric" comes from the Doric order in the Greek temple architecture, defined by the style of the sturdy columns and less decorated than those of the Ionian or Corinthian order. Like the other teapots created by us over time, the form is original and belongs to us in its entirety. The front plane is straight and the rear one inclined. The base is a circle, and the inclines of the front and rear planes define the lateral planes. It is an ergonomic object, easy to use and hold. The tea plants are placed directly in the teapot and slip through the filter holes.
The teapot is made of glazed high-fire porcelain. Multiplication is done using ceramic molds. The satin finish pieces are glazed only inside.