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"I wanted to take a moment to tell you I am love with your pottery. I have a service for 16...I have the classic dinnerware and most of your bakeware...I am amazed how much better and more even all of my baking is. It's worth every penny! I recently tried the classic 16 oz. coffee mugs, LOVE them! Thank you so very much!"
Beth R., Springfield, OH
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We pride ourselves on creating handcrafted pottery with a level of quality and design that few other potteries in the world achieve.

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1 Large Tea Cup l 12 oz Enlarge

 
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1 Large Tea Cup l 12 oz

One of our newest designs! Pleasing to both hand and eye.
The perfect compliment to our new Bennington Teapot, the slightly rounded shape of this teacup/tea mug is not only pleasing to the eye, but also to the hand. We use it as a large coffee mug too; it holds 12 oz. Microwave safe! No need to add a saucer, but if you must, we have them too!See #2302 Small Plate (Universal Saucer).

Our # 2301L Large Table Cup is 3"H,3-1/2"W, 12oz.
CODE: 2301L- P
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My Tea Mug


Every second Tuesday Mae got up on the rickety step stool and stretched to reach the handmade art pottery teapot from the pantry cupboard it was stored in with the unique coffee mug / tea mug set that matched. That along with the art pottery glazed tea tray had been a gift from the girls way back when. It just wouldn't be tea without this set. The tea mug as she liked to call it held a full 10 oz – not just a swallow like the teensy cup and saucer sets of her Mom's that took up a lot of room in her china cabinet. She used the tea tray as a serving platter or a breakfast tray – whatever it was needed for – and always got compliments on the unusual pottery glaze on the rim. One of the things Mae liked most about her teapot was the fact that it held the heat so long she never missed any of the juicy gossip running to refill the pot! And the gossip was always juicy! Did Pearl really run off with that trucker from Memphis? Is Bess dating that guy she met only last week? If that teapot could only talk!