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Handmade Stoneware Ceramic Tumbler Cup, White Drip Glaze

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Kimmy Rohrs - Whiskey & Clay
8 ounces (Small) or 14 ounces (Large)
stoneware + porcelain plate with pier base glaze
Made In:
Santa Fe, New Mexico


Breathe new life into your artisanal drinkware collection with the handmade ceramic cup from Whiskey & Clay. This wheel-thrown ceramic cup features a blended marbled stoneware base with white drip glaze for added depth and unique texture. Serve your cocktails, teas, or ice water with an added touch of gravitas by building your own customized set of handmade drinking tumblers. Expertly shaped to fit in the palms of your hands, this ceramic cup is highly versatile for use with any beverage, hot or cold.

  • 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 uniquely one-of-a-kind with subtle variations as a signature of the artist
  • Mix & Match – this cup 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 tea or coffee
  • Made in the USA – Handcrafted beneath the desert skies of Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Two Sizes - Available in small (3" H x 3" Dia.) or large (3" H x 4" Dia.)

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.

Do you love this piece? Check out the rest of our Whiskey & Clay collection.

“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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