2.25"w x 2.25"d x 2.25”h Chun white is glossy with dark brown and black iron spots. The satin white glaze has a satin matte finish to it and is warmer in tone compared to chun white. Like chun white, it is speckled with dark brown and black iron spots. Rutile Blue is glossy and has a lot of variation. It typically is light and dark blue and yellow. It can sometimes go white and even show hints of purple. Blue-green satin matte is a matte glaze with a lot of variation from light blue to gray to sea foam green. Joe’s green is also matte and is typically light green but it also can have a mottled black or dark green over the light green. Hints of gold and copper can be found throughout. Microwave and dishwasher safe, these dishes will last a lifetime! Stoneware ceramics reduction fired to cone 10.
2oz Kid’s cups - all colors
Each piece of pottery is handmade and glazed by hand which makes it perfectly unique. There will be slight differences in size, shape, and color with each piece.
Care for handmade stoneware pottery:
Your piece of stoneware pottery is oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. Uneven heating or sudden, severe temperature changes can create tension within the molecular structure of the clay piece, which can lead to cracking. In order to avoid this, never use your pottery over direct heat, such as a flame or a burner. Introduce temperature changes gradually. For example, if you’re going to use your pottery in the oven, don’t preheat the oven. Place your pottery in a cool oven and let them come up to temperature together. If you're going to be pouring boiling water for tea into your cup or mug, it's a good idea to pre-warm the cup with some warm/hot tap water first.