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What better way to brighten your Monday morning than enjoying a tea or coffee from one of these cheery handmade mugs? They have been carefully designed to ensure the most pleasant drinking experience. Each handle has been hand-rolled and attached individually. Unlike most mugs, the handles are thin and rounded, which make them light and comfortable when held. Additionally, the mugs are easy to stack when stored due to the hand-carved undercut (as shown in the video below).
Handmade by our team in our Dartmoor studio. Each piece is hand-thrown, coated with white tin glaze on the inside and dipped in our own unique glaze on the outside. The pieces are then fired to create these bright and contemporary mugs.
What makes these mugs particularly special is that each one is totally unique, so not only do they avoid that manufactured uniformity of mass-produced drinkware, they’re also great if you’re drinking with a group of people as you’ll always know which one is yours.
This firing is an exciting process for us as it brings the pieces to life, transforming the glaze and clay into rich, complimentary tones. The turquoise resembles the colour of the sea on a summer's day, and the pink is especially unique with its speckled gradient. The natural clay, visible between the two glazes, bakes to a warm, sandy colour. We can only think of those happy moments, feeling the sand beneath our feet and paddling along the lapping shore, when looking at these cheerful mugs.
The strong stoneware clay and internal tin glaze means it can retain the temperature of your drink longer than your average mug. Additionally, it is dishwasher & microwave safe, although handwashing is ideally recommended for handmade items.
As each piece is handmade, yours may differ slightly from the ones shown in the images.
Sold individually.Approximate Dimensions:
Diameter: 8.5cm (widest point) plus handle
Volume: 280ml (half pint)
When out of stock, this item is made to order so please allow up to 3 weeks for dispatch.
Have a look at one of these pieces, described by Nicky, the head of our team, in the video below.