Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)
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Lopsided Tea Mugs (2pc)

Regular price
$25.00
Sale price
$25.00
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The Lopsided Tea Mugs are designed and made at the Marunaka family kiln in Gifu prefecture, Japan.

Made of 'Minoyaki' earthenware, fired at a high temperature and hand finished at the Marunaka kiln in Gifu prefecture, Japan.

Slight irregularities in size, glaze and texture reflect the artisan nature of the product and are embraced.

Oven, microwave and dishwasher safe - please handle with care.

*Sold in pairs*

SMALL: 7cm height / 200ml capacity
LARGE: 9.5cm height / 275ml capacity

About The Maker:

Mr Marunaka’s family kiln can be found by negotiating a series of narrow, winding roads and precarious bridges spanned over small creeks. The kiln was originally opened by his father to exclusively produce vessels for ‘chawan mushi’ (a savoury egg custard dish).  Now, 30 years on, Marunaka-san produces a limited range of items including tea & sake cups, mugs, bowls and pourers, including his classic shape for tea and coffee - the ‘lopsided’ mug.