Marran Green Lava Espresso Cups

£35

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Description

Walking through hedges lined with Gorse in bloom, peering into deep oceans and traversing rocky paths. These 3 oz. Espresso Cups are inspired by walks on the coast path between Gwithian and St Agnes.


The Lava flecked clay creates a dense speckling under the glossy Marran green glaze. Where the glaze meets the clay there is a subtle orange halo, which beautifully contrasts with the Marran green.


These 3 oz. Espresso Cups come in pairs, to enjoy a quiet coffee break alone or with a friend. The shape of these cups reflects the curvature of boat hulls, making the form perfect for cupping in your hand. They are also lovely to enjoy with warm Sake, or if you have a little one around, a small yoghurt snack.


Every ounce of clay for this item is sourced from Bath Potters and formed using a kick wheel by one of us.


Each vessel is microwave and food safe however, hand washing with care is recommended to maintain the unique quality of each piece.


Please handle with care when hot liquid is contained within this vessel, as the lower ceramic surrounds may become hot.

Size Guide

Set of 2


Designer: Sharron Page Stocks


Dimensions: Ø6 H6 CM


Capacity: FL OZ 3


Material:Lava fleck Stoneware


Origin: Handmade in St Ives, Cornwall


Colour: Lava fleck & Marran Green

Delivery & Returns

Delivery

This item ships to the UK only.

Returns

DOR & TAN take the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 30 days for an exchange or full refund. 

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  • DOR & TAN
    • ESTABLISHED 2015
    • FOUNDERS Peter, Sharron, Matthew & Viola
    • ORIGIN St Ives, Cornwall
    • KNOWN FOR Handcrafted Ceramic Homeware
  • The story of Dor & Tan begins with the desire of its founders – Peter, Sharron, Matthew and Viola – to break away from the disposability of modern life to create objects with a more personal connection.