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Delicately decorated with a subtle organic sand finish, this mug was created by South African ceramicists Wonki Ware.
Crafted from clay dug in the Eastern Cape, which is left to dry in the sunshine for five days and fire glazed, the mug is characterised by its beautiful neutral hues and organic shape.
Ideal for bringing a natural touch to your dining scheme, the mug is perfect for everyday dining or entertaining, enhancing your dinnerware with a contemporary and authentic South African aesthetic.
Please note: Due to the handcrafted nature of this product, each piece is unique and may vary in size, shape and colour.
Care instructions: Dishwasher safe
- Expertly handcrafted in South Africa
- Moulded using clay dug in the Eastern Cape
- An organic shape in muted, neutral hues