Mug Brush Strokes Ceramic

$18

This straight-sided ceramic mug is created in Nepal’s mountainous regions. Sana Hastakala, which means “small handicraft” in Nepali, is a nongovernmental, nonprofit export organization based in Kathmandu.

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Product Details

Material: ceramic

Dimensions: 9 cm Diam x 11 cm H

Colour(s): black, grey, rust, cream

SKU : 5911040

About the Artisan

Sana Hastakala – which means “small handicraft” – ensures fair wages and provides training, design assistance, interest-free loans and marketing support to more than 100 family businesses and co-ops across Nepal.

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I received this very nice, big mug as a gift a few Christmases ago with a tin of tea from Ten Thousand Villages. I enjoyed both very much. Even though I accidentally got a small chip on this mug once while hand-washing it (I'm a bit of a butter fingers with some things haha), it still looks great every time I drink coffee or tea out of it, and I guess now you can say it has a bit of character. Out of all the mugs I have at home, this is my go-to mug that I use pretty much twice a day, every single day. I highly recommend only hand-washing this mug if you want to keep it looking new, as I feel some handmade things (and sometimes even machine-made thngs) are a bit delicate to always run through a dishwasher cycle.

Ten Thousand Villages reply (Jun 19, 2018):
Thank you for your product review, Luigino! We're happy to hear that you still love your mug just as much as when you got it! Also, thank you for the tip on how to care for the mug!
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