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Green North Carolina Pottery Mug

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$34.00

Green North Carolina Pottery Mug

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$34
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$34

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Show your North Carolina pride while enjoying a hot beverage in this handmade mug, featuring the state shape on the front, enrobed in a pine green glaze. The hefty handle has a comfortable thumb rest that will make this your new favorite mug. Holds 14 oz. of your favorite drink.

Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

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Tommy Davis of Missions Pottery began creating pottery as a hobby and stress reliever. After taking classes, he was hooked! His work has evolved and uses a variety of techniques, such as clay-weaving and imprinting, and he specializes in functional yet beautiful pieces that will work around the house. His studio is a mainstay of downtown Lexington, NC, where he sells his and other local artisans’ work, in addition to teaching pottery to others.

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Specifications

  • Height: 4.5"
  • Diameter: 3.25"
  • Capacity: 14 oz.
  • Materials: Stoneware clay
  • Care instructions: Safe for use in dishwasher, oven, and microwave. Hand-washing recommended to extend life of glaze. Do not subject pottery to extreme temperature changes.
  • Made in North Carolina              

Specifications

  • Height: 4.5"
  • Diameter: 3.25"
  • Capacity: 14 oz.
  • Materials: Stoneware clay
  • Care instructions: Safe for use in dishwasher, oven, and microwave. Hand-washing recommended to extend life of glaze. Do not subject pottery to extreme temperature changes.
  • Made in North Carolina              

Meet the Maker

Tommy Davis of Missions Pottery began creating pottery as a hobby and stress reliever. After taking classes, he was hooked! His work has evolved and uses a variety of techniques, such as clay-weaving and imprinting, and he specializes in functional yet beautiful pieces that will work around the house. His studio is a mainstay of downtown Lexington, NC, where he sells his and other local artisans’ work, in addition to teaching pottery to others.

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