LUCÍA OCEJO Faceted Tea Bowl in Pale Green


A ceramic tea bowl with a pale green glaze and faceted sides, handmade in East London by Lucía Ocejo.

The facets make this a tactile and pleasing object to hold while enjoying your tea or coffee. At roughly 300ml, this is a generously sized cup.

The exterior is glazed in a complex, pale sage green that becomes darker and more olive where it gathers in the grooves of the facets and at the base of the cup. 

The interior is a gloss finish with glaze droplets from the pigmented rim.

Flecks of iron are visible at the rim, and the turned footring at the base is left raw, creating a textural contrast between the glaze and the exposed clay. 

Stamped on the base with Lucía Ocejo's maker's mark.

How to care for your tea bowl 
Wash by hand with warm soapy water. To preserve your ceramics, do not place in the dishwasher.

About Lucía Ocejo
From Mexico City, potter Lucía Ocejo is now based at Crown Works Pottery in Bethnal Green, East London, where she makes her ceramic tableware. Her work aims to reflect the simplicity of the materials available, using a variety of high fire stoneware clays with a specific interest in glazes. To her mind, the magic of ceramics lies between the landscape and the transformative power of fire. She has worked as a production potter in London and supplied fine dining tableware to several restaurants such as Kol, Gold, CAVITA, Popolo, Pophams, among others.