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Skull Tea Bowl Tea Rebecca Graves Pottery Skull Tea Bowl Tea Rebecca Graves Pottery
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$ 28.00

Skulls have fascinated me since childhood. I’ve always been interested in what lies beneath the surface and this certainly qualifies! It is soothing to me to consider that each of us is made the same way from the inside and the primary variations begin with such subtle differences in our skeletal system. Perhaps that is a bit too deep to contemplate while discussing something so humble as a tea bowl.

On the other hand, skulls are just badass.

This particular skull stamp was made in the studio based on one of my signature illustrations.

We’ll intuitively choose just the right handmade tea bowl for you. Each one is a little bit different and unique just like you.

Reading tea leaves or sipping your favorite tea for pleasure is one of the best daily rituals I can think of. While sometimes I enjoy a ginormous mug of tea, more often I prefer a small cup with my cast iron tea pot keeping my brew nice and hot for the next refill.

Holds approximately 6 ounces

microwave safe

dishwasher safe

food safe

 

$5 flat rate shipping on all continental US orders.

The Cycle of Life Mug Rebecca Graves Pottery The Cycle of Life Mug Rebecca Graves Pottery
Sale -17%
$ 30.00 $ 36.00

There is beauty in the cycle of life that combined with my love of vintage etchings inspired this mug featuring a vintage illustration of a bird skull.

When I was in college I toyed with the idea of becoming a medical illustrator. I was fascinated with the detail and accuracy required and would spend hours pouring over vintage medical and anatomical illustrations. Mostly, I learned, I just love to know how things work and found that my talents lie elsewhere. Those illustrations human and animal anatomy still catch my attention.

As I'm making mugs with the vintage plague doctor images for our feed the artists campaign, this particular etching of a bird skull caught my eye and I kept returning to it day after day as I scrolled through my files looking for something else. Finally, considering how much it was on my mind I decided to make a mug for myself with this slightly macabre but hopeful image and thought perhaps you'd like one, too.

For the month of April, $5 from the purchase of every cycle of life mug will go toward the purchase of a fresh food box for an artist in Indianapolis economically impacted by the world pandemic. When you  purchase this handmade mug you're not just buying another mug, you're feeding an artist who has lost their income source during the shelter in place and keeping my team of 8 working and off unemployment.

You are appreciated.

Each mug holds approximately 16 ounces and is both microwave and dishwasher safe.

$ 24.00

Warm maple syrup drizzling over piping hot pancakes is the stuff of Canadian fantasies. My husband, Christopher, is from Ontario, Canada and he takes his maple syrup seriously and in copious amounts. The first time I heated it up in one of these little pitchers for him was probably the closest he's been to nirvana.

Treat your family to warm maple syrup and you'll be able to sit back and bask in the silence while they stuff their faces with the deliciousness.

I like to simply pour syrup in the pitcher and pop it in the microwave for 30-60 seconds and it's good to go straight to the table. The handle stays cool even while the syrup is piping hot. The little dent in the side of the pitcher beneath the handle allows a little extra room for your knuckles so they don't touch the heat. We like to think of every little details when designing something new.

It's not just great for heating up your maple syrup! You can use this kitchen gem as a pitcher for cream for coffee. Just pop it in the fridge for a couple hours and it will keep your cream chilled all the way through dessert.

We also love to use these for sauces. It's terrific for a homemade salad dressing or to make your bottle of store-bought italian dressing look extra fancy. No one will know you didn't whip it up by hand and we're not going to tell them.

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The Christopher Pitcher and a container of 100% pure maple syrup make a fabulous hostess gift. It's a treat many people won't buy for themselves but will enjoy immensely!

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Holds approximately 6-8 ounces when filled to the top or enough syrup for 4 people who like a generous serving.

Food safe. Microwave safe. Dishwasher safe.

$5 flat rate shipping on your entire order in the continental United States

$ 14.00

Tinker Coffee’s Conduit Blend has been a staple in our home and studio since I first discovered it shortly after they opened up their roasting studio in Indianapolis. Fast forward to February 2018 and we relocated to Indianapolis and moved into a carriage house apartment walking distance from Tinker.

The only thing that makes a handmade mug better is to fill it with something delicious and intentionally chosen. A handmade pottery mug full of Tinker Coffee is a great way to start your morning ritual.

This coffee was recently awarded a Bronze medal in both the Espresso and Milk-Based Espresso categories at the 2018 Golden Bean coffee competition in Portland, Oregon!

From the Latin word “conducere” meaning “bring together”, Conduit brings together seasonal coffees to produce a bright, clean, and balanced flavor profile. Conduit is great isolated as a shot or with milk in a latte or cappuccino. Enjoy the taste of the season.

Current Season: Winter

Tasting Notes: Mixed berries, apple pie, vanilla

12 oz whole been coffee in a resealable bag.

$ 24.00

Take your pick. If you’re an espresso drinker you’ll love this little handmade stoneware cup designed with the great team over at Tinker Coffee to be just the right size and shape for a double shot of your favorite roast. It’s Tinker Coffee, right? Everyone’s favorite small batch roasted coffee is Tinker. Isn’t it? WHAT!? You’ve never had Tinker Coffee? We can remedy that! Hop over to Tinker Coffee and order a bag. You can thank me later. In the meantime...

We’ve discovered that this espresso cup also makes a fantastic succulent planter so if you were thinking you’d only order one for your coffee, you might want to rethink that decision and get one for your plant, too.

Do you need some coffee to enjoy with your new cup? You can now purchase my favorite coffee from Tinker Coffee right here! 

The signature Brown Bear clay from Kentucky Mudworks (another female owned business just a couple hours from the studio in Louisville, Kentucky) adds a textural delight to your espresso experience. The silky smooth glaze is a lovely juxtaposition to the velvety feel of the exposed raw clay.

As always, Gravesco Pottery is microwave and dishwasher safe though we always recommend that you hand wash for longevity just because in the dishwasher that jet stream of water can make things bang together and chip. That said, there are several beloved pieces of pottery that I’ve owned for a decade or more that made it through regular dishwashing with no problem because I was careful to place it where it couldn’t bang around against something else.

Each cup is individually thrown on the wheel and glazed by hand so it is normal to expect variations from cup to cup. The serendipity of the process is what we love so much about handmade pottery.

Don’t forget, we offer $5 flat rate shipping on your entire order in the continental United States.

 

$ 24.00

Take your pick. If you’re an espresso drinker you’ll love this little handmade stoneware cup designed with the great team over at Tinker Coffee to be just the right size and shape for a double shot of your favorite roast. It’s Tinker Coffee, right? Everyone’s favorite small batch roasted coffee is Tinker. Isn’t it? WHAT!? You’ve never had Tinker Coffee? We can remedy that! Hop over to Tinker Coffee and order a bag. You can thank me later. In the meantime...

We’ve discovered that this espresso cup also makes a fantastic succulent planter so if you were thinking you’d only order one for your coffee, you might want to rethink that decision and get one for your plant, too.

Do you need some coffee to enjoy with your new cup? You can now purchase my favorite coffee from Tinker Coffee right here! 

The signature Brown Bear clay from Kentucky Mudworks (another female owned business just a couple hours from the studio in Louisville, Kentucky) adds a textural delight to your espresso experience. The silky smooth glaze is a lovely juxtaposition to the velvety feel of the exposed raw clay.

As always, Gravesco Pottery is microwave and dishwasher safe though we always recommend that you hand wash for longevity just because in the dishwasher that jet stream of water can make things bang together and chip. That said, there are several beloved pieces of pottery that I’ve owned for a decade or more that made it through regular dishwashing with no problem because I was careful to place it where it couldn’t bang around against something else.

Each cup is individually thrown on the wheel and glazed by hand so it is normal to expect variations from cup to cup. The serendipity of the process is what we love so much about handmade pottery.

Don’t forget, we offer $5 flat rate shipping on your entire order in the continental United States.

 

$ 52.00

Snuggled on the sofa in the evening with your new handmade Batik Mug filled with your favorite mac and cheese as you decide whether to catch up on some Netflix or just enjoy some music and read a bit while you gnosh - sounds like a great way to end a hectic day, right? 

The Batik Mug was designed to be just the right size and shape for everything from your morning latte to your ramen lunch and evening dinner. We use them more than anything in our cupboard. If you choose to use it for soup and do the quick dash microwave heat up, it’s pretty handy that the batik stamped handle of our stoneware soup mug doesn’t get hot. If you keep yours in the freezer, it’s pretty darn handy for icecream, but I have to tell you, the handle definitely gets cold. It’s kind of nice in August, though.

Farm to Table food enthusiast, chef and urban farmer, Jason Michael Thomas has declared on more than one occasion that this is his favorite piece of pottery.

While I prefer to handwash my favourite pottery rather than let it rattle around in the dishwasher, the Batik Soup Mug is microwave and dishwasher safe. If you do choose to put it in the dishwasher, go with the top shelf and make sure it isn't going to rattle against another item that could potentially cause a chip.

The wide handle is stamped with an antique batik stamp. The texture adds grip while the width makes it easy to hold, even when it’s completely full!

Each mug is wheel thrown then the stamped handle is added. Each one is a little different - that’s the beauty of handmade.

This mug is generously sized to hold a full 12 ounce can of soup with room to spare. This makes it just the right size for soup, mac and cheese, cereal, ice cream, lattes, pasta and anything else you like to eat on the go or snuggled on the sofa.

To learn more about the origin of the Antique Batik Stamp used in making the Batik Collection you can read about it on my blog.

$ 10.00

We want to feed some artists in Indianapolis.

$5 of each gift card over $20 will go toward providing a healthy food box for an impacted artist

We just want to help people have some food security and keep people working!

It’s ok if you can’t buy one right now! Every share helps, too, and each person who shares this on Facebook or Instagram and tags us will be entered to win one!!!

 

$ 52.00

The City Black Batik Mug will elevate even the simplest of comfort foods - no one will realize that your ramen was made with boiling water, not gourmet! You love gourmet ramen, too? Well, then you’re in luck.

Jason Michael Thomas has said on more than one occasion that this is his favorite mug for serving tea, lattes and soups of all kinds.

The Batik Soup Mug is microwave and dishwasher safe and although I personally prefer to hand washing my favorite pottery, you're welcome to clean your new  mug however you'd like! If you do choose to put it in the dishwasher, go with the top shelf and make sure it isn't going to rattle against another item that could potentially cause a chip.

The Batik Mug is comfortable in the hand, even when full to the brim. The wide handle is textured with an antique stamp, adding grip, while the width makes it easy to hold.

Each mug is wheel thrown then the stamped handle is added. Because of the handmade nature of the mug, each one is a little different. That's the beauty of handmade.

To learn the story behind the antique hand carved wooden stamp used on the handle, read my blog post about it.

$5 flat rate shipping on all orders!

To learn more about the origin of the Antique Batik Stamp used in making the Batik Collection you can read about it on my blog.

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