handmade ceramic travel coffee keep cup
handmade ceramic travel cup with lid
handmade ceramic travel cup with lid
handmade ceramic travel cup with lid

Hand Made Ceramic Tumbler

Regular price $35.00 Sale price $39.00 Unit price per
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For the people who love and appreciate coffee but are simply too busy to slow down, this handmade ceramic travel cup will allow you to keep moving and sip in style.

Paired with a detachable silicone lid you don’t need to worry about your travel cups lid slipping off. 

Give your coffee an upgrade and get ready for Winter. When it comes to those super chilly mornings this ceramic cup retains heat, keeping your beverage hot and your hands warm!

The travel cup and silicon lid are dishwasher safe, however the best way to take care for these hand made ceramics is by hand washing.

All of the ceramics in this range are made by using the same aqua glaze, inspired by the vibrant colours found on Josephine’s childhood home in the Mediterranean.

These travel cups are created to fit 8 ounces or a regular sized cup of takeaway coffee.

When creating handmade products there will be slight variations in size, colour and form. Due to this process each ceramic mug is unique and a one of a kind.

A message from Josephine Cassar at CassarClay:

“I am a ceramic artist and clay is my medium. I throw clay on the wheel in my own studio in Melbourne, to make beautiful pots and mugs that are fun to use and that beg to be picked up every day.”

“It is the sensuous quality of raw clay from the earth that inspires me as I work to mould it to form that is simple organic tactile yet functional. I use a mixture of different clays and studio produced glazes. Where possible my raw materials are recycled so every piece is unique. No two pieces are identical.”

“The waves and movements of my glaze reminds me of the Mediterranean Sea which was my childhood playground.”

“It is these experiences and my wonderful international community of potters that have influenced my creative development as a ceramic artist and made me who I am today... a designer and maker of pots and mugs.”