These porcelain pieces are fired at the Kristoff workshop in Valbrich, Poland, one of the oldest and grandest porcelain workshops in the world. Kristoff has been making porcelain since 1831 and its work can be found in museums and in the palaces of royalty. Our porcelain designs are in-glaze, which means slightly melted into the surface of the piece, to ensure a beautiful crisp image for years to come. Photo by Porcelana Krzysztof Sp. z o.o.
Calamityware is a tiny, five-person, one-dog company headquartered in Pittsburgh. We love bringing the darkly whimsical view of our founder and chief monster-maker, Don Moyer, to life. Our products are high quality, meticulously manufactured items that make wonderful gifts for you and other weird-adjacent people in your life. Our goal is to make you smile.
I feel as though I have been let in on one of the great secrets of life, having purchased this tea cup and saucer set.
You won’t be able to see this in either of my photos, because I am an average human with two arms (one holding the camera), but I have found that holding a teacup and saucer keeps your darn hands out of trouble.
One of my sheroes, Hannah Gadsby, says that the sound of a teacup being placed back on its saucer is her favorite sound. I will attest that this sound does make one feel that everything is all right with the world for the moment.
We know that this is not necessarily true, but for the few minutes that it takes you to sip and enjoy your tea, possibly with cookies or banana bread occupying the generous rim of the saucer, you may also feel that this is so.
Today, when I opened my box of two, 8-ounce cups with saucers, and my box of extra saucers for some of my12-ounce cups, I truly felt like a bona fide grown-up. There will eventually be a fight in my family over who gets all of the Calamityware that I have collected so far.
Bonus: I do believe there are new characters on this little tea cup... I won’t spoil the surprise. The cat in the middle of the saucer is perfect.
I am smiling so big when I opened my box from Calamityware the teacups snd saucers are perfect for me. I love the size. The saucers have the cat image in the middle, how much fun is this! The weight is very nice, not to light and not to heavy. I can’t wait to serve tea in these
Teacup and saucers arrived! Hoorah! I adore the delicacy of the teacups at the same time their sturdiness. The cat is purr-rect sitting in the middle of the saucers. So happy to have supported this Kickstarter campaign. The teacups and saucers go so well with the rest of my Calamityware. Saving my pennies to afford a tea service set.
As an engineer, I was most impressed by the dish packing. Ingenious! As always, the dishes were impeccably packed.
I'm not much of a tea drinker so I consider these small one-cup bowls with handles. The shape is rounder than some teacup shapes and is a perfect bowl with our small round stainless steel moon spoons. Filled with lemon polenta with blueberries.... bliss! And I have to agree that the packing is as impressive as a pub puzzle.
Another outstanding Calamityware product. I only drink tea (coffee is so pedestrain and yucky tasting) that I want my own cups and saucers. Family and friends know that only tea goes in those cups-smart people. Keep calm and keep drinking tea.
I have a moderate collection of Calamityware items. The tea cups and saucers are my latest edition. I love drinking out of these cups! I also have the teapot which I use daily.
I am not certain how I managed without Calamityware. I have introduced my cousins to the products and they love them.
A long wait, but well worth it. Along with a full set of tableware. I now have a complete tea service. Love the cups and saucers, as I am a bit of a tea snob and wanted a proper teacup not a mug. Like all my Calamityware the set is wonderful to use and display.
As an Englishman, I was appalled I didn't own a teacup and saucer. Since I started drinking tea in the womb, I thought I was long overdue. I purchased a two-piece set to try out, and I am delighted with them. I'm going to use this as a jumping off point as I work on building the full set. Teapot is next.