Hand-Thrown Mugs
Hand-Thrown Mugs
Hand-Thrown Mugs
Hand-Thrown Mugs
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Hand-Thrown Mugs

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Rebecca Livingston is an artist who creates beautiful pottery. She lives in Arkansas, and graciously agreed to let us carry a limited selection of her work. She works with white stoneware, and her glazes are all lead-free. We might get more from her someday, but this is it for now. You may want to get one to keep and one as a gift (Lorna says don't forget orders over $75 get free shipping).

Rebecca's mugs are delicate, yet strong (below you'll find care instructions). I love the way these mugs feel in my hand. They are super lightweight, gorgeous to look at, and really just delightful to use. My mother found these Rebecca and her mugs many years ago, and our whole family has been enjoying them since.

Each of these mugs is different in shape and size, they are all around 4" to 5" tall & about 4" wide. That being said the openings at the top and the shape make them sometimes wildly different in how much they hold. We cannot guarantee sizes, but if you have a strong preference, we'll do our best with what we have. (The Brown/Green Rim (White Swirl) ones are a little smaller in general.) Keep in mind the one-of-kind beauty with these mugs —no two are the same.

Here's a note from Rebecca:  There is a reason handmade pottery feels so good to use. It is a direct spirit connection to the earth. When you use handmade pottery, you nourish your soul. You experience joy in the small but important ways that make daily living fulfilling.

Care Instructions with more detail are included with each mug. But here are the highlights, they are microwave safe, but really should be at least 3/4 full when microwaving. They are dishwasher safe, but make sure they are not too close to other dishes, as they are more delicate and don't like to be knocked and jostled. They are actually oven safe (not that you'd need to put a mug in the oven), but ought to be preheated with the oven —in other words, avoid thermal shock, be careful with extreme temperature changes.