Handmade Coffee Mugs & Cups
"There’s no comparison drinking morning coffee out of a handmade mug. It’s just a different experience. It’s an intimate connection." Paul Ray
Handmade Ceramic Coffee Mugs
We carry a growing selection of Handcrafted Mugs from artists across the country, from Mugs made locally here in Stowe, Vermont, to Seagrove, North Carolina - the pottery hub of the 1700s.
Eric Hendrick & Noelle VanHendrick
At Zpots Pottery, Vermont locals Eric and Noelle have been creating unique ceramic pottery for over 20 years. Zpots utilizes the natural curvature of the clay as it develops, no two Zpots mugs are alike. The hills and valleys of each one provides a unique drinking experience, there are many comfortable orientations to hold the mugs. At Remarkable Things we have a massive selection of Zpots mugs available in multiple styles. Zpots feature words & images of empowerment and positivity, hoping to change the world through love. Zpots focus on sustainability, using electric Kilns and renewable energy to power them.
Bonnie's handmade stoneware pottery includes mountain and birch tree motifs on bowls, mugs, plates, platters and tumblers. Bonnie's mugs feature blue-green glazes bringing her vision of the Northern Lights to life. The glazing used creates a smooth glossy texture on the handle that feels wonderful to hold. Each piece is something to behold and reminiscent of our deep connections to the natural world.
David crafts his pieces from clay and porcelain, this gives each piece an elegant yet rustic style. David's birch tree design is one of our most popular mugs & is specially designed with Remarkable Things in mind! Find unique Ernster pieces you won't see elsewhere in our online craft store!
Matthew tell has been making pottery for Remarkable Things since our inception. We were originally drawn to Matthew's work due to its natural asthetic; Matthew lets the kiln do the design work creating an organic look and feel to his pieces, with flashes of blue & violet. Each of Matthews mugs are unique, no two will look exactly the same. As Matthew says, “I like improvising, letting the process determine the outcome. Wood firing fulfills this need because each firing is different and full of unintended surprises.”