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Pottery Tree Mug

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$29.00

Pottery Tree Mug

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$29
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$29

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This speckled rustic mug is individually handcrafted by Annette Lowder Pottery. Each mug is made with a comfortable large handle and thumb rest and is carved with petite trees accented in emerald green around the circumference. 

Made in North Carolina. 

 

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Meet the Maker

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Annette Lowder founded her pottery business in 2012 in Albemarle, North Carolina. Inspired by a pottery class she took in 7th grade, Annette studied ceramics at Montgomery Community College and completed her B.A in Studio Art at Pfeiffer University. She creates both functional pottery and also artistic sculptural pieces. Annette likes to experiment with different techniques but particularly enjoys using wax resist to make designs like mandalas, landscape scenes, patterns, animals, plants, and more. She draws inspiration from the diversity of nature found in North Carolina.

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Specifications

Specifications

  • Height: 5"
  • Diameter: 3"
  • Capacity: 16 oz.
  • Care instructions: Mugs are dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe. Avoid extreme changes in temperature from hot to cold and vice versa. 
  • Made in North Carolina

Specifications

  • Height: 5"
  • Diameter: 3"
  • Capacity: 16 oz.
  • Care instructions: Mugs are dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe. Avoid extreme changes in temperature from hot to cold and vice versa. 
  • Made in North Carolina

Meet the Maker

Annette Lowder founded her pottery business in 2012 in Albemarle, North Carolina. Inspired by a pottery class she took in 7th grade, Annette studied ceramics at Montgomery Community College and completed her B.A in Studio Art at Pfeiffer University. She creates both functional pottery and also artistic sculptural pieces. Annette likes to experiment with different techniques but particularly enjoys using wax resist to make designs like mandalas, landscape scenes, patterns, animals, plants, and more. She draws inspiration from the diversity of nature found in North Carolina.