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Hand painted pottery coffee mug - Good Morning - ceramic tea mug - majolica artist Karen Baker - leaves and vines - nature inspired

Hand painted pottery coffee mug - Good Morning - ceramic tea mug - majolica artist Karen Baker - leaves and vines - nature inspired

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Capacity: 8 Fluid ounces
  • Favorited by: 37 people
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Good Morning, a good way to start your day with a whimsical mug that is hand painted, majolica. It is wider at the base for stability with four pinched feet that raise it just up off the table. The design celebrates my love of cursive hand writing and the nature inspired vines and leaves come from my love of plants and flowers.
A solid handle that feels good in your hand allows you to hold the mug comfortably. One of a kind, two available, but each is a bit different. Each listed separately.
(This is the one on the right, the sides taper inward at the top.)
Dated and signed at each stage as it was made, by myself, Karen Baker
Enjoy your mornings!
size 3.5" high and 3" across the top
This mug holds 8 oz.

Each piece of pottery is made in my front porch studio. Though small I make it work, but I make in stages. I fill a bisque kiln with green ware, raw dried clay. Once the greenware has gone through a bisque fire and removed from kiln the studio is cleaned up as I prepare to hand dip each piece. I can only dip as many as I have room for, so I may dip a part of the bisque ware at the time and as pieces are finished with painting and put in kiln in wait for the glaze fire, I will then glaze more. When the kiln is full I glaze fire this takes approximately 10 hours plus time to cool, because I like to warm up everything for about 6 hours before raising the temps.
You may notice some pin holing , this is from where the glaze is thickened, this is a natural occurrence especially in sharp inward corners and on some textured parts of the work. It isn't a structural defect but is very hard to avoid their occurrence. I use materials that are food safe, you may want to hand wash as I cannot guarantee their outcome in a dish washer.
You can visit my Facebook page to see my work in progress and more info about me,
Karen Bakers' Front Porch Studio.
Have a look at other items in my shop...
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Majoleeka
Good Morning, a good way to start your day with a whimsical mug that is hand painted, majolica. It is wider at the base for stability with four pinched feet that raise it just up off the table. The design celebrates my love of cursive hand writing and the nature inspired vines and leaves come from my love of plants and flowers.
A solid handle that feels good in your hand allows you to hold the mug comfortably. One of a kind, two available, but each is a bit different. Each listed separately.
(This is the one on the right, the sides taper inward at the top.)
Dated and signed at each stage as it was made, by myself, Karen Baker
Enjoy your mornings!
size 3.5" high and 3" across the top
This mug holds 8 oz.

Each piece of pottery is made in my front porch studio. Though small I make it work, but I make in stages. I fill a bisque kiln with green ware, raw dried clay. Once the greenware has gone through a bisque fire and removed from kiln the studio is cleaned up as I prepare to hand dip each piece. I can only dip as many as I have room for, so I may dip a part of the bisque ware at the time and as pieces are finished with painting and put in kiln in wait for the glaze fire, I will then glaze more. When the kiln is full I glaze fire this takes approximately 10 hours plus time to cool, because I like to warm up everything for about 6 hours before raising the temps.
You may notice some pin holing , this is from where the glaze is thickened, this is a natural occurrence especially in sharp inward corners and on some textured parts of the work. It isn't a structural defect but is very hard to avoid their occurrence. I use materials that are food safe, you may want to hand wash as I cannot guarantee their outcome in a dish washer.
You can visit my Facebook page to see my work in progress and more info about me,
Karen Bakers' Front Porch Studio.
Have a look at other items in my shop...
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Majoleeka

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Best to be served in and not placed in microwave. Dish washers that get hot may damage the glaze, hand washing is recommended.

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