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A very limited edition of coffee mugs. A hand-thrown piece made of stoneware clay and unique glaze. approx. 260 – 270 ml / sold individually / made of food-safe materials for everyday use

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A simple coffee mug is an essential piece of every collection we make. This one is a simple ceramic piece we designed for our big morning coffee (but any other drink will do just fine). This new friend of yours is guaranteed to help you start your day just right. Thick enough to keep your tea warm, without burning your fingers. It can hold 270ml of your preferred beverage.

The mugs are made of white stoneware clay and hand-thrown by Václav Kugler, so each piece differs slightly in shape and glaze so you can be sure that each piece is an original.

After bisque, each piece is hand-drawn by Karolina, it is always one-of-a-kind, all slightly similar, but each one still original. You can choose from two types of drawn patterns, our all-time favorite checks, and Teodorik’s wavy lines. They are finished with transparent glaze and fired at a high temperature.

Ceramics and clay in general is a world of its own, and we were very lucky to be introduced into this great craft by such an enthusiastic ceramist that is Václav Kugler whom we met last year, when we were trying to dig a bit deeper into this craft. Václav Kugler is truly one of a kind when it comes to ceramics. He studied engineering and, among others, worked as a managing director of various projects and also as a fundraiser for a non-profit organisation. After working as a leading expert in his field for a number of years, he decided to go in a completely different direction and found the beauty of making ceramics.

He began learning the craft, and soon started to experiment as he never felt completely satisfied with the regular process and its outcomes. Václav works with various materials and different types of firing, trying to combine traditional ways with innovative and crazy techniques. In addition, he’s currently teaching workshops and courses with the aim of preserving the craft skills. He also founded keramikum, with the idea to build a community of ceramists, protect and care for the craft and connect ceramic artists and craftsmen all over the country.


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