Phone +1 855 439 4881
All orders over $79 have complementary delivery in the USA and Canada with express options available at checkout.
You may also select to pick-up any order at the Average Showroom — located at 1081 Queen St. W. in Toronto — during checkout at no charge.
International shipping is calculated at checkout.
Average Archive orders are only available for delivery in Toronto or pickup.
For orders placed in Canada, customers will be subject to their Provincial and Federal sales taxes at checkout. Orders are not subject to any customs as the shipment is not leaving Canada.
Orders placed in the USA are shipped with pre-payed customs. You may still be subject to local sales taxes.
Customers outside of the USA and Canada will not be charged customs or taxes by Average. All prices shown are ex-VAT. Customers are subject to all local taxes, duties and import charges per their local jurisdiction.
Standard items (not Special Order) can be returned via mail or in-store within 14 days of purchase provided the items are packaged and unused.
Special Order items, Archive items, items marked down, personal care and bath products are all final sale.
While researching the project’s Japanese cultural backdrop, New York-based designer Leon Ransmeier came upon the concept for ‘Perceptible Beauty.’ Focusing on Japanese utensils whose very shape and feel lets the user appreciate their inherent beauty when picked up, he adopted a design approach that would also make the modern user yearn to physically hold them. As one of Ransmeier’s coffee pots, teapots, vases or mugs sits snugly in your hand, you will soon become aware of the finely-crafted swell of the item created with high-grade moulding technology.
The Coffee Pot can be used as a serving object on its own, or together with the matching Coffee Dripper.
Designer Leon Ransmeier, USA (2016)
Material Handmade Ceramic
Origin Made in Japan
Height 161mm / 6.3"
Diameter 140mm / 5.5"
Width 255mm / 10"
2016/ makes contemporary porcelain using the specialist skills found in the pottery town of Arita, Japan. Local artistry is combined with international design talent in the making of desirable, everyday porcelain products.
Founded in 2016 - in celebration of 400 years of pottery production in Arita - 2016/ brought together 16 designers from around the world with an array of cultural backgrounds, the designers have re-interpreted classic Arita-ware, harnessing all the craft’s techniques to usher forth a new creative standard that the world will embrace as part of everyday living.