Hand Glazed & Handmade Studio Pottery Double Fired at 1280 Degree Celsius depicting Tri-Glazing
(L * W * H) = (4.9 * 3.6 * 3.4) Inch
Navy Blue, Earthen Brown & Cinnamon Brown
- Comes in a set of 2.
- This is not a Bone China product.
- There could be a slight variation in the glazing/color/finish on the product, as the studio glazing is done inside the furnace fired at 1280 degree celsius to make the product sturdy and due to the natural property of the studio glaze it is impossible to predict the color of the glazing/finish which will eventually come on the product after the firing process.
The 'Caramel Blues' is a set of 2 studio pottery mugs each of 360 ML, handmade in Ceramic by skilled Indian artisans, ideal for having hot beverages like coffee, tea or milk with your loved ones. The set depicts triple hand glazing in 3 different colours with the middle layer displaying a terracotta-like finish. This set comes in semi-matte finish, is lead free as well as microwave and dishwasher safe.
- Handmade in India by artisans.
- Handmade Studio Pottery Double Fired at 1280 Degree Celsius with Terracotta like Matte Finish Layer at the center.
- The mugs depict beautiful amalgamation of 3 soothing colours of Navy Blue, Earthen Brown & Cinnamon Brown.
- The mugs come in semi-matte finish.
- Ideal for having hot beverages like coffee, tea or milk with your loved ones.
- The product is microwave and dishwasher safe.
- The product is 100% lead free.
- Handmade in Ceramic.
- Hand Glazed & Handmade Studio Pottery Double Fired at 1280 Degree Celsius depicting Tri-Glazing.
- Comes in a triple tone of Navy Blue, Earthen Brown & Cinnamon Brown colour.
- Comes in 4.9" (L), 3.6" (W), 3.4" (H) Inch in size.
- The volume of each mug is 360 ML.
- The weight of each mug is 365 grams.
- Comes with 2 Mugs.
1. Use Mild Detergent and sponge for cleaning.
2. Avoid using any Abrasive material on the ceramic.
Stoneware clay is manipulated by hand, it is then fired at temperatures of 1280 degree celsius. Later on, it is dipped in Blue & Brown colours at the two ends respectively and doubly fired again to mature the glaze.