The Passe-Partout collection includes three cup sizes (espresso, cappuccino/tea, breakfast). Its natural white tone combines very well with our Rosario tableware.

What we like most about the Passe-Partout coffee and tea collection are the different sizes of porcelain and glass jugs plus the teapot that completes it.

Tea first appeared in the English court in 1662, when King Charles II of England married Catherine of Braganza, a tea-loving Portuguese princess.

The collection created by John Pawson was inspired by and designed for the refectory of the Nový Dvůr Abbey in Bohemia.

The Base collection, designed by Piet Boon, sophisticated and functional, includes three cup sizes (espresso, cappuccino/tea and breakfast) with and without handle, in a glazed exterior finish.

Venetian merchants were the first to import coffee into Europe in 1615.

The first European coffee house was the well-known Caffè Florian in Venice, still in business today.