Arran Street East Small Mug In 250ml Sandstone
- Made in Europa
- Plastic Free
- Small producer
Interlocking handmade mugs designed to sit together in two complementary shapes, inward and outward sloping – to keep your tea warm, and let your coffee cool. With strong lines and crisp handles, we bring clean, architectural lines to a traditional craft to produce functional objects that can be used every day in the home.
The Mug In
A hand thrown stoneware mug with an inward-sloping shape designed to keep hot drinks warmer for longer. Perfect if you're a tea-forgetter. Materials: Hand thrown stoneware, dishwasher and microwave safe. Size: 7.8 x 6.7 x 8.2cm , capacity 250ml. Glazes: Inspired by Dublin’s Fruit and Vegetable Markets: cabbage, potato, parsnip, lemon, pink grapefruit and pomegranate.
Arran Street East
EN: Born from the search for a simple, hand-thrown pot in great colours,
Arran Street East designs and produces homewares for people who enjoy simple, functional, and beautiful objects.
«We take time to design things that work, merging an architecturally influenced aesthetic and traditional processes to produce useful objects for everyday life, with pattern and symmetry as our watchwords.»
Rigorously designed and tested to enhance the experience of eating and drinking, their simple forms and complementary shapes allow the pieces to withstand everyday use, or just to act as an adornment for your home. From their headquarters, tucked away amidst Dublin’s Victorian Fruit and Vegetable Market, the colours are blended to their own secret recipes, suffused with the delicate hues of fruit and vegetables: pink grapefruit, lemon, pomegranate, cabbage, potato, and parsnip.
“Ireland is one of my favourite countries. The rough sea, the beautiful landscape and the friendly people. And of course the beer. To me Nothing is more Ireland or England that mugs. I fell in love with the simple forms and the colours of aaran street east pottery. These are the kind of mugs you will love to drink your tea or coffee from. Over and over again. “ sarah buyer