Salal Travel Mug // Orange Clay // 16 oz

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Salal Travel Mug // Orange Clay // 16 oz

52.00

About the Cup: Take a bit of handmade with you on your adventures with this handmade travel cup. Features a wheel thrown stoneware cup with silicon travel lid featuring a vaux swift design. The walls of this cup were thrown a bit thicker for added comfort when filled with hot liquid.  It is dishwasher and microwave safe, although you should remove the silicon lid before microwaving.  The inside is lined with a white, food safe glaze.

Measures 5” high by 3.5”wide at the top.  Holds 16 ounces

About the Design: Like ferns, Salal bushes are also everywhere in the western cascades region.  But even though common, they have a secret.  Many people don’t know that their berries are edible and for the most part, delicious.  The flavor varies quite a bit from plant to plant but overall, I’ve found them to be really good and they pair well with blueberries and huckleberries, particularly when cooked together in a fruit crisp.  They have been a staple crop for the native peoples who have stewarded this land for thousands of years. 

This design was created using stencils and cream colored slip (slip is clay that has been watered down to paint consistency).  Each stencil was applied by hand then a textural layer of slip was painted on before removing the stencils to reveal the orange clay beneath.  

  This listing is for the piece pictured and is ready to ship.  

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