Musical Notes Mug

This hand-decorated mug gives familiar symbols a bit of body.
created by

JoAnn Stratakos

$40.00

JoAnn Stratakos created by

JoAnn Stratakos

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You know how flowery folks say words "lift from the page" sometimes when they're reading? Well, the same's true of music notes—just ask maker JoAnn Stratakos, whose three-dimensional tribute to melody gives familiar symbols a little body. Thrown individually in JoAnn's studio, each mug is carved and decorated before it's fired. Hand painted details and careful sanding ensure that each mug is both finely crafted and unique—you know, a little like each piece of music. Ideal for musicians, lovers of music, or those who are just learning to read the stuff, it'll make your coffee (or tea; your choice) sing... if you'll excuse the pun. Handmade by JoAnn and company in Effort, Pennsylvania.

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Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.

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JoAnn Stratakos

created by

JoAnn Stratakos

location

Pennsylvania

"As an artist," says JoAnn Stratakos, "I tend to make things I like, things I’d like to have around me." To that personal direction, she adds years of experience that inform each piece of pottery she makes in her Pocono Mountain studio. Each piece is hand-dipped in glazes that JoAnn has formulated, giving them subtle variations and unique character. The color and shapes are designed to compliment, not compete, with your decor and cuisine.

Handmade Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
stoneware
Measurements
3.75" diameter x 4.5" H (5.5" L with handle); 16 fl. oz. capacity
Ingredients
Care
Microwave and dishwasher safe.
Item ID
48317

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