This stylish set of tableware by House of Rym offers a contemporary take on Stig Lindberg's midcentury classic, his Bersa porcelain.
Stig Lindberg's design dates back to the 1960s, and features a regular pattern of green leaves, marked out with black. These contemporary designs by Anna Backlund and Elisabeth Dunker, both Swedish as Lindberg was, switch it up a little bit. On these porcelain pieces the leaves are yellow and, for example as seen on the Tea for Ten teapot shown above, shown in more of a scattered effect. Either way, the two sets of designs would look stunning displayed side by side with each other.
As well as the teapot, the range includes the cups you can see below, saucers, cereal bowls and a milk jug.
Prices start at £13 for cup and go up to £59 for the teapot.
Buy it from Couverture and The Garbstore.