Beer Stein Tankard Mug Stoneware Pottery, Black/Waxy White Overlap, 14 oz (414 mL)

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Colour: Black/Waxy White Overlap

Black/Waxy White Overlap
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Beer Stein Tankard Mug Stoneware Pottery, Black/Waxy White Overlap, 14 oz (414 mL)

For an extra chilled, frosted beverage experience, place your beer stein tankard pottery mug in the freezer for an hour or so and enjoy. These stoneware pottery beer stein mugs make a perfect gift for any domestic, imported, or craft beer enthusiast, or anyone who simply enjoys knocking back a cold one. Donn Zver Pottery beer steins, tankard mugs are made to fit your hand most exquisitely and in a colour scheme to suit your style.

How It's Made

All our beer steins, tankard mugs are masterfully thrown on a potter's wheel by seasoned Canadian Potter Donn Zver in his Troy, Ontario Studio, receive custom-made glazing, and undergo high temperature kiln firing to produce an extremely durable and smooth finish.

Donn Zver Pottery is designed with its valued customers in mind. Stoneware beer steins, tankard mugs are a perfect addition for your kitchenware collection or gift a set to family, friends, and connoisseurs.

Product Highlights

Slight variations in overall size, weight, and colour are to be expected due to its handmade nature. We guarantee that no two pieces will be exactly the same.

Colour: Black/Waxy White Overlap
Materials: Stoneware clay, glazes
Capacity: 14 fl. oz. 414 mL
Dimensions: 5.5 L x 3.9 W x 5.1 H (in) 14 L x 10 W x 13 H (cm)

Pottery Made for Everyday Use

Every pottery piece is designed for everyday use. Safe to use in the freezer, oven, dishwasher and microwave. Quick and easy cleaning. For more info, view Pottery Care.

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