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Two hand made mugs by Beth Jennings Leggiere

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A set of two hand made mugs made by potter Beth Jennings Leggiere. Ms Leggiere is a craftswoman who mainly deals with yarn and knitted goods but earlier in her career made and taught pottery in Hoboken, NJ. I bought these mugs from the artist when she was working and displaying her work in Hoboken, sometime in the 1990s.

These are beautiful mugs - a bit smaller than we tend to use now-a-days, which is helpful when serving hot drinks in them. I did not use them often and the cracks in the glaze have always been there (I tried to capture that in the photos). They both are predominantly pale yellow, and each one has a similar but distinct pattern on the bowls, using yellow, black, brown and green.

They are approximately 3 5/8" tall, approximately 11" around in the bowl, and approximately 4 1/2" wide (from the widest part of the bowl to the outside of the handle). Each has three feet and that wonderful thumb rest that makes holding the mug so comfortable.

Each mug is individually hand made and glazed. They are lead free and food safe. They can be put in the dishwasher, but I advise hand washing. They should not be used in the microwave. If the mugs are cold when you are putting in hot liquid, first fill the mug with hot tap water to pre-warm the mug.

Price listed is for both mugs.

I am selling other wonderful pieces by Ms Leggiere in other offerings.

Please note that even though these mugs are lightweight and small, I will pack them well for shipping and that may add a little bit to your shipping costs. Costs will depend on your zip code too.

Pick up in New York, NY or Milford, PA is even better.
A set of two hand made mugs made by potter Beth Jennings Leggiere. Ms Leggiere is a craftswoman who mainly deals with yarn and knitted goods but earlier in her career made and taught pottery in Hoboken, NJ. I bought these mugs from the artist when she was working and displaying her work in Hoboken, sometime in the 1990s.

These are beautiful mugs - a bit smaller than we tend to use now-a-days, which is helpful when serving hot drinks in them. I did not use them often and the cracks in the glaze have always been there (I tried to capture that in the photos). They both are predominantly pale yellow, and each one has a similar but distinct pattern on the bowls, using yellow, black, brown and green.

They are approximately 3 5/8" tall, approximately 11" around in the bowl, and approximately 4 1/2" wide (from the widest part of the bowl to the outside of the handle). Each has three feet and that wonderful thumb rest that makes holding the mug so comfortable.

Each mug is individually hand made and glazed. They are lead free and food safe. They can be put in the dishwasher, but I advise hand washing. They should not be used in the microwave. If the mugs are cold when you are putting in hot liquid, first fill the mug with hot tap water to pre-warm the mug.

Price listed is for both mugs.

I am selling other wonderful pieces by Ms Leggiere in other offerings.

Please note that even though these mugs are lightweight and small, I will pack them well for shipping and that may add a little bit to your shipping costs. Costs will depend on your zip code too.

Pick up in New York, NY or Milford, PA is even better.

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