One can never have too many mugs!
I love coffee mugs. Since I just bought a brand spanking new coffee machine, I feel justified in buying some brand new coffee mugs to go with it! Here are some I like.
Emma Bridgewater’s pottery is delightful. Her mugs are cheery, fun and very British. I love polka dots and that is what first attracted my attention to her work. Her mugs have colorful sponged patterns, some with words or illustrations.
This mug comes in an 8 oz. or 16 oz. size. It can be bought as is, or personalized. The 8 oz. size is $31.50 and the 16 oz. size is $43.95. A baby mug size is $23.95.
Jeremy Ayers is a Vermont potter. This pair of Aqua Mugs looks so cozy and inviting. The pair is $60.00.
This is a fun mug made by Josephne Heilpern. It’s called the Rubber-Dipped Dot Mug. It is white-glazed speckled stoneware inside and hand-painted with black polka dots. Its handle is dipped in bright yellow rubber. It is not recommended for the dishwasher or microwave. $35.00.
This is a 12 oz. stoneware vintage style mug. It has a cream interior, a contrasting glazed blue exterior and distressed edges. It is sourced from natural materials and is microwave and dishwasher safe. This mug also comes in mint green. $12.00.
This Bouquet Mug by Faiencerie de Gien has been handcrafted in a converted convent in the French Loire Valley. This mug holds 10 oz. and is microwave and dishwasher safe. $40.00.
This is a Painted Isla stoneware mug. It is hand painted, and dishwasher and microwave safe. It is 13.5 oz. and $14.00. It comes in three different colors.
These Mud Pie Shell Relief mugs hold 12 oz. They have a distressed terra cotta edge. I use mine for soup as well as tea and coffee. $12.00.
This Net fish mug is a hand painted ceramic mug with a contrasting handle. Each mug holds 16 oz. $15.00 each.
My absolute favorite mug is made by Damariscotta Pottery in Damariscotta, Maine. They are colorful, beautiful and each one is unique. They are hand made and hand painted in a tiny shop right off Main Street. It is not possible to order them on line, but if you call Rhonda, the owner, she will send you photos of what she has in stock. They are an investment, but trust me when I tell you that all your friends will be asking you where you found such a gorgeous mug! $55.00 and up. (207) 563-8843. Check out this Pinterest page to get an idea of their pottery.