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Chemist Cup, Short

Haand

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Chemist Cup, Short
Chemist Cup, Short
Chemist Cup, Short
Chemist Cup, Short

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Product Information

Process:

handmade with cone 10 porcelain

Made of:

porcelain

Color/finish:

white

Care:

Microwave and dishwasher-safe.

Dimensions:

3.25"H x 3.75"Dia

Why We Love This

Inspired by classic ceramic labware, this cup was designed for cocktails, juice, or your favorite libation. Cups sold individually.

Why We Love This

Inspired by classic ceramic labware, this cup was designed for cocktails, juice, or your favorite libation. Cups sold individually.

About Haand

Friends since their Florida high-school days, Mark Warren and Chris Pence make slip-cast porcelain in shapes that defy the regularity of molds. Working from a North Carolina farmhouse and relying on rainwater for production, they shut off their 2300°F kiln just as the porcelain in the molds verges on liquid. “Each piece,” they say, “is frozen in a unique state of movement and transition and has its own character and variation.”