Dor & Tan - White Ceramic Tumbler
Super clean White Ceramic Tumblers from Dor & Tan. Absolutely delicious we tell you.
These minimal White Tumblers are made from local Cornish clay from St Agnes. The capacity was designed for lattes and tall coffees, but a big glass of cool water or homemade zesty lemonade on a summers day would be just as pleasant.
The shape of these cups reflects the curvature of boat hulls, making the form perfect for cupping in your hand.
Designer: Sharron Page StocksEach 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.
Dimensions: Ø7 H10 CM
Capacity: 240 ML / 8oz
Origin: Handmade in St Ives, Cornwall
All our pots are made by skilled potters and apprentices in Cornwall. We use kick wheels when throwing (human leg powered), and green energy when firing. We source our clay locally in Cornwall and our glazes from the South West.
How do I look after my ceramics?
They're resilient! You can put them through the dishwasher. However, we do recommend careful hand washing to keep the pots pristine. Please DO NOT put them in the microwave though, as they can get very hot.
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