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White Speckled Mug


White satin glaze mug – wheel thrown in stoneware clay. 

  • Made in Wellington, New Zealand
  • Avoid abrupt changes in temperature
  • Dishwasher safe 
  • HxW: 8.5 x 8.5 cm (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 it's own variations and character.

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Maker Profile

Salad Days Ceramics

Salad Days Ceramics are handmade by Lucy Coote at her home studio in Berhampore, Wellington. She makes wheel-thrown and hand-built forms with a focus on function and tactility, creating pieces that can be used and enjoyed every day. She enjoys the contrast between the two methods - wheel throwing is more precise and measured whilst hand building allows freedom to create more complex silhouettes. 

All Salad Days pieces are made from stoneware and earthenware clays and glazed in subdued white, black and clear glazes. 

The term Salad Days refers to the nostalgia of youth and reminiscing on golden periods of one's life. We hope these pieces will be enjoyed as part of your daily rituals, to make the present your salad days!

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