World Peace Mug

A collective of Vermont artisans design and handcraft these whimsical stoneware mugs with a message.

$48.00 $ 29.99

Eric Hendrick and Noelle VanHendrick created by

Eric Hendrick and Noelle VanHendrick

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A Loving Cup

How do we make world peace happen? Let's talk about it over a cup of coffee. With the help of a crew of artisans, Eric Hendrick and Noelle VanHendrick design and create these thoughtful stoneware mugs. They throw each on a potter's wheel, then hand paint the whimsical drawings and "Peace Hereó Now" message. "The energy we put into the [mugs] is an important part of the process and mission of the work," they say. "A mission of world peace that begins at the heart and home." Handmade in Brookline, Vermont.

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

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Made in Vermont

Eric Hendrick and Noelle VanHendrick

created by

Eric Hendrick and Noelle VanHendrick

location

Vermont

Noelle VanHendrick and Eric Hendrick are a husband and wife team who have been creating together since the year 2000. They met in pottery class at West Virginia University and were good friends for a good while. They courted candling wood kilns and playing chess. Now, from their home in southern Vermont, they make it all happen. They homeschool their three sons and create art for the world to enjoy. “It is poetic, I have raised my sons on buckets of love and cups of beautiful…”, says Noelle. “ I intend for it all only to get better and better….” There is an underlying mission to the work. A mission of cultivating world peace beginning at home, in the body, mind, and spirit. Eric and Noelle create and design goods that align with this mission.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
stoneware
Measurements
4" diameter x 3.25" H (5.5 L with handle); 14 fl. oz. capacity
Ingredients
Care
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Item ID
48324

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