A collection of Blue World Mugs. each one is a little different, but they are well matched.
Aurora Borealis mug (turquoise on black) Pink and Blue mug, Blue world Mug. wheelthrown and handcrafted at fern street pottery.
two blue world mugs shown with a blue coffe pour over, and a matching pitcher, used as utensil holder
Blue World mugs, blue glaze with melty turquoise blue and green glaze. each one is different. northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, with large pulled handle.
Blue World mugs, and Aurora Borealis Mugs. each one is different. northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, with large pulled handle.
Blue World mugs, blue glaze with melty turquoise blue and green glaze. each one is different. northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, with large pulled handle.
Blue world mug, northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, with large pulled handle. shown with matzah roca cookies
Other mugs available from Fern Street Pottery in the northwest shape. shown here in angle dipped glaze pattern, carved texture mugs, and MidMod patterns.
Hand crafted pottery from Fern Street Pottery. Blue world mug, pitcher, tray and colander. Coffee pour over, oil cruet, and salt cellar in cobalt blue.
Other mugs available from Fern Street Pottery in the northwest shape. shown here in angle dipped glaze pattern, and MidMod patterns. Also shown with vase in teal
Northwest Mugs: Blue World, Pink Sunset, Aurora Borealis
Aurora Borealis mug, blue over black glaze, northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, with large pulled handle. shown held by the artist
Aurora Borealis mug, blue over black glaze, northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, with large pulled handle. shown held by the artist
Blue world mug, northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, with large pulled handle. shown here with matching pitcher
Blue world mug, northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, showing pulled handle and thumb groove
northwest mug in "blue world" glaze, shown in the PNW outdoors
two blue world mugs. no two are alike, the glaze melts and plays differently on each mug
detail shot of Blue World Glaze on a mug. pulled handle, with thumb groove, pottery mug
Blue world mug and pitcher, being used as a utensil holder. shown with cobalt blue salt cellar and oil cruet.
matching serving bowl in Blue World Glaze
Blue world mug, northwest style coffee mug thrown pottery, with large pulled handle. shown held by the artist
Northwest Mugs in Pink Sunset glaze. Handcrafted and wheelthrown by Meredith at Fern Street Pottery
Northwest Mugs in Pink Sunset glaze. Handcrafted and wheelthrown by Meredith at Fern Street Pottery

Northwest Mugs: Blue World, Pink Sunset, Aurora Borealis

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Northwest Mugs!

Blue World Mugs: These mugs are glazed in a cobalt blue glaze then 4 more layers of different blues and greens are added to the top half. These glazes melt and drip down in beautiful combinations every time.

Aurora Borealis: an amazing play of  turquoise, blue and green on a deep black glaze.

Pink Sunset: a melting of layered blues and pinks which mirror a sunset.

I call this shape of mug the Northwest style because they are designed specifically to keep your large coffee warm longer and to fit comfortably in your hands. These bright colors are perfect for snuggling with on a grey northwest day. Comfortable, roomy handle, four-fingered handle (for most!).

This mug was thrown on the wheel by Meredith at her Fern Street Pottery Studio in the Pacific Northwest. The mug was thrown with a white stoneware clay then trimmed to have a finished foot and the handle was added. The shape, which curves in at the top, is specifically designed to keep your beverages warmer longer. The handle is hand pulled, creating a shape that fits comfortably in your hand, with a perfect groove for your thumb.  This mug holds approximately 14oz (14-16oz). It is lead free, microwave and dishwasher safe. They are made one at a time so no two are exactly alike, -especially where the glazes meet, melt, drip and play- but they are very well matched. Coffee tastes better in a handmade mug!