DOR & TAN 8oz Tumbler Marran Green & Speckle

£24.00

DOR & TAN 8oz Tumbler Marran Green & Speckle. Salty wind-beaten gorse, walking on spongey mossy grasses and looking out at the infinite ocean. This deep green glaze was inspired by walks on the coast path between Gwithian and St Agnes and named after the hardy grasses that call this environment home.

These minimal White and Speckled Tumblers are made from local Cornish clay from St Agnes. The capacity was designed for lattes and longer coffees, but a big glass of cool water or homemade zesty lemonade on a summers day would be just as nice. The shape of these cups reflects the curvature of boat hulls, making the form perfect for cupping in your hand.

The speckled look of these cups is created by iron deposits in the clay which when fired emerges through the glaze.

Designer: Sharron Page Stocks
Dimensions: H10 CM
Capacity: 240 ML
Origin: Handmade by us in St Ives, Cornwall

CARE
Each vessel is food safe and has been independently tested. Hand washing with care is recommended to maintain the unique quality of each piece.

Please handle with care when hot liquid is contained within this vessel, as the lower ceramic surrounds may become hot.

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Description

The Dor and Tan studio is based in St Ives, Cornwall. Each object is thrown by hand from clay sourced locally and fired using green energy. These traditional processes make every piece unique, no two objects will be identical, sisters not twins. The story of Dor and Tan begins with a desire to break away from the disposability of modern life, to create objects with a more personal connection. We want our items to become cherished memories, that favourite cup you always pick when boiling the kettle, the soup bowl you reach for after being caught in the rain.