Enjoy a slow, quiet morning with a cup of tea or coffee in smart style. These stackable cups have an attractive band of walnut wood that wraps around the cup, insulating the beverage and protecting fingers from heat. This bent bracelet also removes the need for a coaster, and can be easily removed and wiped down while the porcelain cup gets cleaned in the dishwasher.
Care: Ceramic pot is dishwasher safe. Remove wood parts and wipe clean.
Tonfisk was established in 1999 by design duo Tony Alfström and Brian Keaney. Founded with the purpose of expanding the usefulness of everyday objects, Tonfik began to re-create products with clear functionality to make life simpler. This explorative spirit has proved beneficial for the Ton... More Tonfisk Design
An imaginative designer, Irishman Brian Keaney established Tonfisk Design with pal and co-founder Tony Alfström in 1999. Arriving in Finland just three years prior, Keaney was experiencing success and gaining recognition his designs shortly after the company’s establishment. In 2007, Keaney... More Brian Keaney
This is a very interesting design. I would like it even more if it holds more liquid. It is easy to clean and prevents burn from the hot coffee. Hope it will be in stock again.
A Latte Joy
December 23, 2019
I have the Tonfisk coffee cups and decide to get the latte mugs as well since they are quite a bit larger and better suited for my morning lattes. I love that they are stackable so they donâ€™t take up a lot of space and the porcelain keeps coffee hot. The wooden sleeve is another great feature. It not only protects your hand from the heat, it doubles as a coaster.
Whenever I serve coffee to guests in my Tonfisk cups they always comment on how beautiful they are. You can?t say that about most mugs.
I left off one star because the wooden sleeves have an off putting smell, like varnish. When you drink from the cup the sleeve is right near your nose so it?s hard not to notice. I?ve wiped them off several times now and the odor has started to dissipate. I?m optimistic that it will eventually disappear altogether.
May 22, 2013
The porcelain cup can get quite hot in the microwave making the walnut wood holder both stylish AND functional.