East Meets West Clay mug
Capacity: 10 oz
This product is inspired by part of “Longshan Culture Single-Handle Cup” collected by Shandong University Museum.
A tray adds elegant modern coffee culture to it. Step into the imagination of cultural heritage to discover the beauty of coffee life. The dialogue between East and West becomes a perfect interpretation of retro craftsmanship.
About Liven Clay
Shandong Beixin culture over 7,000 years ago is the source of the ancient myth of Nu Wa Making Man as well as an important place for Neolithic ancestors to live and multiply. With rich cultural heritage, Beixin is an important representative of the late primitive society.
Its pottery development reveals the advancement of its pottery technology at that time. Its pottery features practical and aesthetic artistic life concepts, and represents the long history and historical value of oriental colored pottery. “Live soil” newly developed by ACERA is made of soil from this ancient formation. Liven Clay products made by modern pottery technology uses natural materials to continue cultural heritage, and shape artistic sentiment in life. In terms of technology, ACERA Liven Clay series products feature good plasticity of clay, simple glazing color, refined shape, soft and simple elegance, and a texture full of spirituality and grace. Free from superfluous decoration, the products highlight truth and nature. Their tranquility calms busy people, and display the elegance and nobility of Liven Clay products. This enjoyable and refreshing pottery is the competitive product of ACERA.
The Tourmaline Anion ceramic Tumbler contains no lead or cadmium; it is environmentally friendly and can purify water instantly. Let drinking water stand for 1-3 minutes, the smell of chlorine will reduce or disappear. Water will become Ionized and more alkaline. Learn more in product info
ACERA LIVEN China features unique cultural totems and is processed with multiple handcrafted techniques and repeated high temperature treatment.
Please note**All products are handmade and vary slightly with how the glaze will settle.