These compact speakers feature enclosures made entirely from an unlikely material, porcelain.
According to Japanese designer, Noboru Kawamura, the china construction is said to provide a warm, tender sound that traditional wood or plastic enclosures can’t achieve.
Each speaker measures about 5″ (w) x 5″ (d) x 6″ (h), so they’d look nice sitting on a bookshelf. I couldn’t find out the maximum wattage for these, but I can’t imagine that they can crank out enough amplitude to crack their own fragile enclosures.
They’re available from the shop with the best name ever, Boo-Hoo-Woo, for ¥48,000 a pair (about $392 US dollars.)