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Hand Carved Portrait Coffee Mug | Cups by ShellyClayspot
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Hand Carved Portrait Coffee Mug - Cups

$45

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Item details

A coffee tumbler with a carved woman portrait. This earthy, unique coffee mug is the perfect mug for your morning tea or coffee. This pottery mug is made of speckled yellow clay and glazed with clear matte food-safe glaze.

What’s special about these handmade pottery mugs? On the surface, I have hand-carved the portrait images using the sgraffito* technique.

DETAILS:
≜ Hand-built from a slab
≜ Hand-carved design using sgraffito* technique
≜ Clear, non-toxic, matte glaze
≜ Fired in the kiln at 1200 degrees Celsius
MEASUREMENTS:
≜ Height: 5-1/2" //13.5 cm
≜ Diameter: 3-1/2" // 9 cm
≜ 11 oz. / 350 ml

Care Instructions:
Hand wash with mild detergent is recommended.

Shipping details:
Your piece will be wrapped with high-quality bubble wrap and fixed in a cardboard box to ensure your piece arrives safe and soundly.

ShellyClayspot ceramics are made with love and attention to detail.

*Sgraffito: a form of decoration made by scratching through a surface to reveal a lower layer of a contrasting color, typically done in plaster or stucco on walls, or in slip-on ceramics before firing.

Each cup has a different portrait of a beautiful person from a different culture from somewhere in the world. I love these cups! If you want to buy just this one cup, add this item to your cart. But I would love to make you a set of all different portraits!
Please message me about a custom order.

Creation & Shipping

Creation: 3-4 weeks
Shipping: DHL 10-14 days
Free Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: December 5, 2021

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Meet the Creator
A ceramic maker of nature-inspired images carved on clay

I'm a ceramic maker located in Israel. My mission is to let people get closer to nature and living a simple lifestyle
through an encounter with vessels made of clay.