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Handbuilt, wood-fired mug

by Paulina Ho


$45 in Store, +$13 S/H. Select "Call For Shipping Options" on check out, enter your shipping information. Item will be shipped USPS ground or priority. Other options are available. Please call for those options.


Approximate Dimensions

Height: 3.75"

Circumference [at widest point]: 9.5" (3" Diameter)

Volume: 10-11 fl oz

*HIGHLY recommend HAND-WASHING, though food, dishwasher and microwave safe.


This is a Stoneware ceramic piece by Paulina Ho. Paulina recently moved to Taos from New York City, NY. She is a painter, graphic designer and recently has begun working in ceramic.


She's used a handbuilding technique to create her forms and much of her work has been fired in a Japanese Anagama kiln which uses wood to fuel the kiln. Pieces reach cone 10-11 (tempuratures in excess of 2,200F). This means that each piece is fully vitrified and non-porous. The patterns are created by the wood ash and air as it moves through the kiln in an 8-day firing. The ash fuses with the ceramic and creates a natural glaze and the air creates patterns of oxidation and reduction.



Handbuilt Wood-Fired Mug

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