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Ceramic Whiskey Tumbler, Marbled Stoneware with Drip Glaze

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  • Ceramic Whiskey Tumbler, Marbled Stoneware with Drip Glaze
  • Handmade Ceramic Whiskey Cup by Whiskey & Clay
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320002
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Artisan:
Kimmy Rohrs - Whiskey & Clay
Capacity:
3 ounces
Material:
Ceramic & Porcelain

Description

Bring unique style to your happy hour routine with the handmade ceramic whiskey tumbler from Whiskey & Clay. This artfully handcrafted ceramic cup features a white drip glaze, minimalist handle, and unfinished stoneware exterior. Expertly shaped to fit in the palms of your hands, this ceramic cup is highly versatile for use with any beverage.

  • Durable Materials - a unique blend of porcelain and stoneware clay makes this piece highly resilient to wear and tear
  • Artfully Crafted – each handmade ceramic cup is one-of-a-kind with subtle variations as a signature of the artist
  • Mix & Match – this dish style matches other pieces in the Whiskey & Clay Collection, so you can build your own custom dinnerware set
  • Heat Resistant & Dishwasher Safe - Stoneware resists thermal cracks from temperature changes, so your ceramic cups are also safe for hot toddies
  • Made in the USA – Handcrafted beneath the desert skies of Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Capacity – Holds 3.0 ounces of drink

Artisan Kimmy Rohrs draws inspiration from the far west Texas sky to create each of her unique kitchen pieces. Blending porcelain and stoneware, Rohrs creates a marbled material that adds depth and texture to every desert-inspired item.

“When we sit at the wheel to throw, we turn inward and become very focused on the piece at hand. It’s a sort of forced mindfulness I welcome in my everyday life.” –Kimmy Rohrs

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