Enjoy your favorite hot or cold beverages with 18th-century style! An indispensable part of tavern life, stoneware mugs with cobalt blue designs were the usual vessels for beer and ale in the 18th-century. This design was inspired by a salt-glazed stoneware tankard excavated at the Anthony Hay House site.
A new version of an old favorite mug is reproduced in Louisville, Kentucky, by Louisville Stoneware, a potter "dedicated to the craft of transforming clay into enduring, functional stoneware pottery art forms."
An artistic and historic statement piece. The mug holds heat and cold exceptionally well, and is designed to be ovenproof, as well as microwave, dishwasher, and freezer. 16oz.
White and cobalt blue Reproduction stoneware mug Classic tavern design 16 oz. Non-toxic, lead free Dishwasher, microwave, oven, and freezer safe Made in America by Louisville Stoneware WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
Dishwasher, microwave, oven, and freezer safe.
This stoneware mug is based on fragments of eighteenth-century pottery uncovered in Williamsburg during archaeological excavations. Understandably, the heaviest concentrations of shards were found around tavern sites, where the originals would have been used for beer and cider.