Handmade ceramic espresso cup ~ white on stone

$24.00

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3 in stock (can be backordered)

Gorgeous handmade ceramic espresso cup, made from slightly speckled, sand coloured stoneware clay and hand-dipped in our white gloss glaze. This little cutie roughly holds about 6oz, as with any handmade item variation will exist in size.

Each piece is created using a technique called slipcasting, where liquid clay is poured into a plaster mould, left to set for the desired thickness and the excess slip poured out. Inside and top rim of the cup are glazed with a non-toxic, food-safe white gloss glaze.

All our ceramics are fired to very high temperatures, making them very strong, durable and dishwasher safe. External unglazed surfaces are highly vitrified and water & stain resistant.

dimensions
Approx. 7cm diameter x 7cm high
Holds approx 6oz

QTY Discount
Purchase a set of 4 or more cups and receive 10% off!

Backorders
If this piece is not in stock we can make it to order especially for you in our Sunshine Coast studio. For current turnaround times and more information please refer to our customer care page.

Description

All our ceramics are hand-made in our Sunshine Coast studio, Australia. Variations and irregularities may occur in size, shape, colour & glaze, making each piece unique and one-of-a-kind. Clay and glazes are made from naturally sourced materials which may vary slightly between batches.

inspiration
The ebb tide range is inspired by our move from the city to the gorgeous Sunshine Coast hinterland. Raw and organic, this collection draws on colours & patterns from nature and treasures found on our coastal fringes, left by the receding tide.

More pieces and colours will be added to the Ebb Tide Collection seasonally. Please sign up to our newsletter to stay up-to-date!

caring for your ceramics
All our ceramics are made using non-toxic, food-safe clays and glazes. They are oven and dishwasher safe, however we do recommend taking care as they are handmade of limited quantity. Take care to avoid sudden temperature changes (for example from the oven to a cold benchtop) as this is likely to cause thermal shock which can result in the piece cracking.

To keep your pieces beautiful, minimise contact with staining foods or liquids on unglazed surfaces.