Bird Handle Mug – Rhubarb


Introducing the newest addition to Jino Ceramics' bird handle collection - a modern twist on the classic cup design. Inspired by nature, this mug features a unique triangular shape and a charming bird-shaped handle that doubles as a "thumb rest". Crafted with a stunning buff rhubarb colour slip and a touch of speckle in the glaze, it's a true masterpiece. Elevate your tea-drinking experience with this eye catching and functional piece.

  • Made in Auckland, New Zealand
  • H×Ø×W: 95 × 105 rim ø × 135 inc. handle 𝗆𝗆 ≓approx
  • 205𝚐 ≓approx

Please note photograph is for style reference, and actual product may vary slightly from that shown as item is handmade, and each will have its own variations and character.
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Maker Profile

Jino Ceramic Studio

Jino Jeong, originally from South Korea, now resides in Auckland, New Zealand. Jino trained in ceramics at Kyunggi University in South Korea, followed by a year at the distinguished Jingdezhen University in China - the country's only institute of higher learning dedicated to the ceramic arts. 

Jino now works from his Auckland studio, experimenting with scale & glaze to create a unique body of work.

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