MK STUDIO COPENHAGEN
Mix wave MK Dripper D6
We would like to present you our newest creation - Ceramic MK coffee dripper! After months of hard work on design, tests and failures, we are ready to give you a sample of our handmade coffee brewer. Our Dripper is designed to work with Kalita 185 wave filters and should fit on most standard coffee servers. Thanks to 5 holes, we can ensure a good flow while brewing coffee, so you can grind the coffee finer than usual.
Official production will start in February 20222.
All brewers are designed and handcrafted in our studio in Copenhagen
Mix wave MK Dripper D6
Size Guides for Cups, Plates and Bowls
You can use that page as a reference to compare different sizes and pick the right one - Size Guide
Each piece is unique
We are making Hand-made dinnerware. Each piece is unique with a distinct appearance. Small drips and holes on a surface are not considered as defects. Matt glaze makes each item unique. Scratches and marks will occur and they are not considered as defects. Color may vary depending on firing temperature and glaze composition.
All our ceramics are made with food grade materials, all our suppliers have all necessary EU certificates that indicates that.
Cleaning & Care
Unglazed porcelain surfaces, are sometimes susceptible to light stains, unlike glazed porcelain. Frequent washing can help remove and prevent staining. All our products can be placed in the dishwasher for daily washing and care. You can also place the item in a bowl of warm water with a detergent tab. Very stubborn stains and spots can sometimes be removed with diluted chlorine and lime remover.
Dark lines in the glaze (usually caused by silverware) can be removed by scrubbing with a sponge with dish soap and baking soda. Grease stains on matte glaze can be removed with baking soda and water.
If greasy fingerprints appear, rub the exposed porcelain with food safe oils, let sit, then clean with soap and water.
It is very important (and we highly suggest) that you let boiling water settle
(stop rolling/bubbling) before pouring it into a tableware item - especially a hand made piece. If the item is very cold to the touch, we also suggest pre-heating it with hot tap water. Pouring boiling water directly into a cool handmade cup, bowl or mug
may cause the item / glaze to crack.