Curvy Mugs-Jill Tortorella

  • Looking to add an artistic touch to your morning coffee ritual? Try one of these lovely ceramic mugs by Jill Tortorella of Antioch Pottery Works! With their comfortable shape and beautiful glazing, these pieces are perfect for cozying up to enjoy a warm beverage. To ensure a long life, simply warm the mugs with tap water before filling with boiling water to avoid shocking the stoneware. Microwave, dishwasher and oven safe.

    A: Approximately 5"x3.5"x3.75"

    B: Approximately 4.75"x3.25"x3.75"

  • Jill creates vessels to use as canvases, which become three dimensional paintings. After an initial firing, bold all over patterns are painted on with bright glaze colors in many layers in the final firing gives life to her utilitarian pieces and makes them durable, everlasting works of art.

    Our stoneware pottery is durable, versatile and safe to use, and it is ovenware, microwave safe, and dishwasher safe. Our clay and glazes contain no harmful materials. For baking we suggest warming our pieces in the oven, rather than placing it in a preheated oven. Mugs and teapots should be rinsed with hot tap water before pouring in boiling water. These precautions will eliminate the drastic temperature changes that sometimes cause damage to a piece of stoneware.

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