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Confluence Tea Tray

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Aug 8, 2014

Category: Living

“Undulating” sounds the kind of thing women talk about with their OB/GYNs, but no. If that were the case, we would not be telling you about a tea tray that undulates.

Rather, undulating means to “move with a wavelike motion,” and that’s just what the Birch plywood seems to do here on this beautiful tea tray as it calls out for your mugs of Sleepytime Red Zinger. The company behind it, Artonomos, calls the tray “Confluence,” and says it serves up to six people. And if you need a bonus reason to covet Confluence, just soak in the fact that it almost encourages spills, since “excess tea will naturally flow towards the reservoir and form a miniature lake.” Of course, it’s quite possible you might spill a drop or two when you see Confluence’s price tag is $1,700. [Purchase]

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