Handmade Ceramic Keep Cup
This is a zero-emission product!
We fire these pieces in electric kilns using solar panels powered by the sun to produce Australia’s first commercially available solar-fired ceramic travel cups. Say hello to your new climate-friendly accessory!
These reusable stoneware coffee cups are perfect for drinks on the go. Or remove the lid and add a little colour into your home collection.
Click here to grab a Heat Band for your reusable cup - if you like your drinks hot!
These handmade ceramic keep cups have been designed in collaboration with Spell & The Gypsy Collective of Byron Bay.
Just like the Great Australian Desert, this beautiful cup evokes a deep connection to the landscape through its natural pigments and earthy hues.
Imagine the dust settling, as the sun begins to set when the wild Australian landscape comes alive and our native colours thrive. This reusable coffee cup is a blend of soft ochre and peachy tones that are bound together by a dreamy, creamy haze of white over an ochre base.
White 100% silicone lid.
Exclusively available at the Spell Boutique in Byron Bay and the Pottery For the Planet Online Store.
All cups are handmade and one of a kind. You will receive a cup similar to the cups pictured but there are no two the same. Variations in size, colour, and markings are what makes them unique!
Pottery For The Planet Cups are made of ceramic and must be handled with care. Ceramic will crack if knocked or dropped.
Specifications are approximate because although we do our best to keep things uniform being handmade you can expect variations in size, weight, shape, texture, pattern, and volume. Pottery For The Planet Cups are designed to fit into most cup holders in cars and prams.
4oz Piccolo Cup - height 8-9cm, volume - 120ml, weight - 160-180g
6oz - height 8 - 9cm, volume - 180ml, weight - 180-220g
8oz - height 10 -11cm, volume - 240ml, weight - 220-260g
12oz - height 12 - 13cm, volume - 350ml, weight - 260- 320g
NOTE - specifications are approximate. Height includes the lid.
Made in Australia using the sun.