Marc Newson’s 3D printed tea service is an elegant piece of art



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Based in UK, Marc Newson is an Australian designer of international acclaim. A recent project that has added to his recognition is a limited edition tea set. He has created it in collaboration with a century old renowned Danish metal ware brand, Georg Jensen.

Marc Newson has work experience in a variety of designing fields, including product design, aircraft design, furniture, clothing and jewelry design. Georg Jensen usually refrains from any collaborations, but the brand was happy to have Marc on-board. They found Marc to be genuine and an ideal choice given his vital experience in myriad designing field.

Silver tea set worth £82,000

It is a five-piece tea service including a sugar bowl, teapot, a coffee pot, tray, and a creamer. What adds immense worth to all these five pieces is the material used and the way it has been used. Hand hammered silver and mammoth tusk handles make every piece even more special.

The enhanced, organic and sculptural design of the tray, teapot, and coffee pot owes to the wrapped natural rattan accents. Other unique feature that further add to the elegance and value of this tea service is a sliding door opening on the teapot and coffeepot. You are supposed to slide the door to add water to the pots.

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Hand hammered silver tea pot
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Base of coffee pot, tea pot and tray with rattan craft
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Bottom of silver tea set stamped with “MN” signature
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5 piece silver set

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Via: 3Ders