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Mugs

30,00 

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Choose between different subjects. This translucent porcelain Mug is a modern drinkware for your home. With its unique simple yet exclusive aesthetics, will give a distinctive look to your brunch or informal dinner.

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SIZE:
Height – 10 cm approx
Diameter – 11 cm approx*
Holds 500 ml
Dishwasher and food safe, perfect for a daily use.

MATERIAL:
Pure white, translucent German Porcelain and clear, transparent Glaze.

DECOR:
Black silkscreen tattoo design, applied under the clear Glaze.

Suggested for tea lovers or cappuccino fans. It’s perfect for cold and hot drinks, morning orange juice or to enjoy coffee at your office too. The Mug has a smooth, glazed surface finish that gives pleasure to hold in the hands. Because of its outstanding manufacture and stylish uniqueness, it makes the perfect gift for your best friends or choose a set as wedding gift.

*has an irregular round shape

Weight 0,4 kg
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 10 cm
Subject

Barn Owl, Bear, Classic Moth, Deer, Fox, Geometrical Moth, Owl, Sitting Fox, Wolf

Each white porcelain tattooed product is handmade in Berlin by Antikapratika, just for you.

This unique product is decorated with an original Antikapratika silkscreen black, graphic tattoo motifs. Applied on 3rd fire at high temperature. The result is an hard, white, translucent tableware with forever lasting, black tattoo design.

Due to this handmade process, each tattooed porcelain is an unique, superb piece with an individual, irregular shape.

Design by

Marta Maria Trenti

Marta Maria Trenti, after getting her diploma as Architectural Engineering in 1994, began her artistic journey in 1996, when she attended the ceramic workshop of Master Ceramist Giancarlo Scapin in Schio (VI) Italy. A real imprinting that awoke an interest for creativity, initially oriented towards clay, but which would gradually include an interest also in drawing, oil painting, tattooing and gradually becoming predominant for porcelain.

The porcelain and ceramic artist Marta Maria Trenti, italian, working in Berlin, Germany

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IMPORTANT All Orders placed from 20 January, will be shipped from 16 February 2024.