Ashley Starace Ceramics

Ashley Starace Ceramics Tatak Mug

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

Sampa/Sampaguita Pattern on top:
This Is a modernized floral motif representing our national flower, our connection to nature, growth, abundance, and life

Wind and Waves pattern on the bottom:
it’s importance comes from us being islanders. the wind and waves also shows the flow of energy and our spirit in search of harmony. being guided and finding our direction in life

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

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