Ashley Starace Ceramics

Ashley Starace Ceramics Tatak Mug

Regular price $65.00 USD
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10 oz handmade mug; wheel thrown and hand carved with filipino tribal symbols
1-2 finger handle in olive green glaze. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Handwashing preferred for prolonging life of the piece. 

Rice Pattern on top:
Rice is the life blood of our culture. It is important especially to woman and the work they put into harvesting, representing abundance, fertility, and life. The diamond pattern can symbolize rice bundles.

Weaving pattern on the bottom:
A commonly seen pattern with great meaning. The weaving Is physically representing textiles, tools, and other objects but also symbolizing the bonds of family and friends creating strength and unity our people

Handmade item, some imperfections are normal and make each piece unique. 

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