It's chilly outside.
The weather finally seems to have turned on us, and while we're not happy about what this is going to do to our gas bill, we do love an excuse to curl up on the couch with a quilt and a cup of tea.
Isamu Noguchi's tea cup with large saucer
isn't cheap, but it packs enough design punch that it may be the only cup you need this winter.
Never put into production during the designer's lifetime, the piece is now being reproduced from Noguchi's 1952 prototype.
The saucer is shaped perfectly to hold both your cup and a single small treat. A cookie? A piece of chocolate? We'll leave that one up to you.
$100 at the Noguchi Museum store