TMB2-G-ERRegular price $30.00
" More varied than any landscape was the landscape in the sky, with islands of gold and silver, peninsulas of apricot and rose against a background of many shades of pinks and blush. " - Cecil Beaton
1.75" Diameter x 2.5" Tall - Holds +/- 2 fl oz *
* All measurements are approximate and will vary from piece to piece.
Price for 1 unit | Accessories pictured sold separately
This tiny 2 ounce tumbler can be used for anything from serving mint tea at the end of a Moroccan dinner party to serving shots of Matcha tea, Sake, or an extra extra short espresso! How about a digestif such as Pomme or Poire ... or Vodka? You can keep this little tumbler in your freezer for an extra cold experience. You can also use it to hold toothpicks, cotton swabs, or just to add a sprinkle of Humble Ceramics in you kitchen. It makes an ideal hostess gift, a great party favor or just add a touch of texture, color and warmth to any area it feels drawn to ...
ENGLISH ROSE: This glaze has as many variations as a bag of pink river rocks or pre-sunset clouds on a stormy day. Variations will vary from light purple to the brightest pink and everything in between. DO NOT BUY based on the "idea" of the color or a picture you saw on Instagram … please take a look at the Greystone/English Rose Collection and select a few different shapes to see the range of variations that exist in this glaze which can go from matte to shiny, purple to pink to blush … This particular glaze will almost NEVER be uniform, especially not on bowls and plates. Some might see the glazing as "blotchy", but we see the beauty of a unique result that is in harmony with nature! If you want a perfect, consistent, smooth and uniform color, it is not the color for you. If you love the variations you would find in the petals of an English Ash Rose or a pink nebula, then this glaze is for you.
Made with mindfulness in South Los Angeles
Not recommended: oven, microwave
DO NOT soak!
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Each piece is unique and might have some size / clay / glaze variations such as specs, beauty marks, little pin holes, tiny craters (like travertine or marble), some barely visible micro fissures (which do not affect the strength or durability of the piece), crackling glaze and some warping which is part of the artisanal nature of our process and part of the outcome.
Please contact us if you would like to order larger quantities. We might have them in various stages of production and available soon, we might need to glaze them, or we might be making a new batch … you never know!
For wholesale, trade and hospitality accounts, please contact us.
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