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by Al Centro Ceramica - Mexico

Cylindrical Set of 4 Mugs

Original price $125.00 - Original price $125.00
Original price
$125.00 - $125.00
Current price $125.00
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The clean cut whitewash Cylindrical Set of 4 Mugs is the modern must-have for any urban kitchen setting. Hand-thrown from terracotta and stoneware clay by master artisans, they are fashioned following the pottery traditions of Jalisco and Guanajuato, Mexico.

Add a touch of Mexican class and culture to your kitchen table with this elegant set that will make your morning cup of coffee the sensual experience it is meant to be. The exact color of the piece depends on its location during the cooking process and variations in tone should be expected.

Stoneware clay, Local terracotta clay and transparent glaze.

Diameter: 3" (8cm)
Height: 4.5" (12cm)
Weight: 1.98lb. (0.89kg)


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If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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  • Handwash, avoid bleach and keep the piece way from oily or greasy substances.
  • Al Centro Ceramica

    Designer Michele de Alba started her brand Al Centro Ceramica to connect the work of different workshops and offer a greater variety of products to clients looking for artisan ceramics while celebrating and recognizing manual work as an example of kindness and integrity. With time, she developed her own designs working hand in hand with artisans in Jalisco & Guanajuato, who developed a very particular style of ceramic, mixing different pottery traditions from the two Mexican states.
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