Stoneware Cup

Tybo

Stoneware Cup

275 kr
mug-Koi Mug-Anna Jones-YONOBI

Anna Jones

Koi Mug

375 kr
Stoneware Cup

Ejnar Paulsen

Stoneware Cup

190 kr
Mug - large

Hasami Porcelain

Mug - large

From 260 kr
Stoneware Mug

Ejnar Paulsen

Stoneware Mug

240 kr
Cup - Medium

Hasami Porcelain

Cup - Medium

From 112 kr
Soil Cups

Gerner Jahncke

Soil Cups

200 kr
Cup - large

Hasami Porcelain

Cup - large

From 158 kr
Large Soil Cups

Gerner Jahncke

Large Soil Cups

225 kr
Mug - 'Tasse'

Cica Gomez

Mug - 'Tasse'

375 kr
mug-Tea mug - Sneaky sprinkle-Mae Ceramics-YONOBI

Mae Ceramics

Tea mug - Sneaky sprinkle

375 kr
Mug

C for ceramic

Mug

320 kr
Cup - small

Hasami Porcelain

Cup - small

From 95 kr
Mug - medium

Hasami Porcelain

Mug - medium

From 223 kr
Mug - small

Hasami Porcelain

Mug - small

From 205 kr
BIG DONUT mug

Pia Chevalier

BIG DONUT mug

500 kr
DONUT mug

Pia Chevalier

DONUT mug

375 kr
'Etna' Cup

Landskabt

'Etna' Cup

220 kr
TEXTURED GREY LOW MUG

Studio Brae

TEXTURED GREY LOW MUG

260 kr
MEDIUM MOON JAR

Studio Brae

MEDIUM MOON JAR

1.600 kr
Mazagran Cup

Cica Gomez

Mazagran Cup

400 kr
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HANDMADE MUGS FOR COFFEE AND TEA

Whether you are in the mood for a quick espresso or chilling on a Sunday morning with a large tea mug, we have you covered. Call us old fashioned, but there is nothing quite like drinking hot beverages from a ceramic mug.

YŌNOBI’s collection of Japanese handmade ceramic mugs serves every purpose for the enthusiastic coffee drinker. Our broad selection of coffee cups and tea mugs can be found in a variety of colors, stoneware materials, and patterns.

Match your handmade ceramic mugs and teapots in your own stoneware collection. Explore our collection of unique shaped ceramic mugs and coffee cups for sale online and in our store in Copenhagen. We ship alle our handmade ceramic mugs international when you order online.

The ceramics craft is sturdy and heat resistant, making it perfect for cleaning by dishwasher or heating in a microwave. Please take notice of the instructions of use for each ceramic product, not to risk wrongful use.

The elegant and playful looks of each cup make it fun to collect the mugs. While some mugs highlight structures notably others are created with a smooth surface using a matte finish to round it off.

You will mostly find our handmade mugs in a dusted range of colors. But some of our featured artists also love to spruce up the look of each cup with fun details like a bright colored handle or a wooden lid to keep warm.

HOW ARE CERAMIC MUGS MADE?

Made by hand, the particularity of each mug stands out. Reflecting the YŌNOBI’s philosophy of beauty thought everyday use, each cup is made for homeware use.

Scrolling through our collection of handmade ceramic mugs, you will undoubtedly notice the unique designs of each set of cups. Where some have huge handles, others have ‘shed’ their handles for a symmetric look.

The difference in style is reflected in the techniques used by each artist. Some artists work with mold-pressing the clay leaving a ‘crackled’ look’. Others use more primitive and specialized burning techniques, changing the colors of the clay by oxidizing the surface with copper.

Some of our handmade ceramic mugs are hand-thrown on the potters’ wheel. They are unique in color, shade, and touch.

Want to try ceramic crafting? We host pottery classes regularly. 
Sign up for a class and start making your own pottery.

ARTIST SELECTION OF HANDMADE CERAMIC MUGS

Anna Jones

The softly rounded shape of the Syros mug handmade by English artist Anna Jones is contrasted by a bright touch of color, making this ceramic piece anything but dull.

C for Ceramic

Using a particular molding technique to shape these mugs, the structure of each mug appears stylistically unpolished. The color-glazed insides of the mugs by C for Ceramic create a fun twist to the rough exterior.

Can you heat handmade ceramic mugs?

Many of our ceramic mugs are made for every day use. Our Hasami collection is 100 % dishwasher safe and can also be heated in the microwave.

You should read the instructions for each piece of handmade pottery, to be sure what you can and cannot heat in the mircowave.