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Ceramic

Darth Vader Raku Mugs

Darth Vader Raku Mugs
$85  Buy Comment

Tel Aviv-based ceramic artist Erifyli Tsavdari of Keramiki creates these dramatic, one-of-a-kind, decorative raku mugs featuring the visage of the Dark Lord of the Sith. While the raku version isn’t food-safe, there’s a glazed espresso cup that is.

Cereal Monsters Geeki Tikis

Cereal Monsters Geeki Tikis
$60/3-pack  Buy Comment

These playful ceramic tiki mugs are based on General Mills’ spooky cereal mascots Count Chocula, Franken Berry, and Boo Berry (sorry, Frute Brute fans.) They were sold in limited numbers at SDCC 2018, but it looks like another batch is up for pre-order at Entertainment Earth.

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Ceramic Chess Set

Ceramic Chess Set
$250  Buy Comment

We love the minimalist look of the pieces in this chess set from Ceramic Sense. Each pawn, rook, bishop, knight, king and queen is made by hand, and the oak chess board features a cool tribal texture on the black squares. Pieces available without the board for $150.

Mjolnir Mug

Mjolnir Mug
$15  Buy Comment

A ceramic coffee mug inspired by Thor’s mighty hammer. Holds up to 20 oz. of your favorite caffeine buzz, though you might have trouble lifting it to your lips to take a sip unless you were born on Asgard, have a body chiseled by a god, and flowing blonde locks.

Maruhi Cup & Saucer

Maruhi Cup & Saucer
~$34+  Pledge Link Comment

A wonderful and whimsical porcelain design which conceals a special treat. Each Maruhi cup and saucer set has a hidden compartment beneath the mug’s base, under which you can stash cookies, candies, or other tiny surprises.

Cthulhu Mug

Cthulhu Mug
$40  Buy Comment

Bulgarian artists KachaktanoMugs present a creepy, yet awesome handmade porcelain mug made in the form of H.P. Lovecraft’s dark creation. Look closely, and you’ll see that its tentacles are wrapped around the skull of a victim of its madness. Holds 18 oz of terror.

Scravis Creepy Mugs

Scravis Creepy Mugs
$75-$125  Buy Comment

Ceramicist Jo Scravis creates amazing clay mugs featuring gross, disfigured, and downright disturbing characters from our world and beyond. Each one of a kind work of art is wheel-thrown, then hand-sculpted and painted with food-safe glazes.

Low Poly Ceramic Safari

Low Poly Ceramic Safari
$65-$155 ea  Buy Comment

We want a personal zoo filled with these polygonal stoneware animals from Brooklyn ceramicists Bronsen Company. Choose from Gerard Giraffe, Leo Lion, Calvin Crocodile, Grayson Gorilla, or Hamilton Hippo. Available in white or black, individually or in a complete set.

Spray Can Salt & Pepper Shakers

Spray Can Salt & Pepper Shakers
$15/set  Buy Comment

Turn your dinner plate into street art with these whimsical porcelain salt and pepper shakers that look like tiny, dented spray paint cans. Dishwasher safe, and guaranteed not to get you arrested!

Birchfield Ceramic Growler

Birchfield Ceramic Growler
$70  Buy Comment

This sublime white stoneware growler is perfect for that very special beer enthusiast on your shopping list. Each one is slip cast and hand-finished in Portland by Birchfield Hardware and has a tight rubber seal to keep your brew fresh. Holds 64 oz, and measures 11″ x 5.75″.

S+P to Go Shakers

S+P to Go Shakers
$20/pair  Buy Comment

These ceramic salt and pepper shakers are designed to look like giant-sized versions of those little paper shakers you get with fast food. Though these ones are guaranteed not to dump an inedible portion of the stuff on your food.

Kernel-Sifting Popcorn Bowl

Kernel-Sifting Popcorn Bowl
$75  Buy Comment

Ceramicist Catherine Smith’s stoneware popcorn bowl not only looks beautiful, it has a built-in strainer that lets unpopped kernels fall into a separate compartment, sparing your teeth from an unpleasant surprise while snacking.

BoomMorning Mug

BoomMorning Mug
~$38  Buy Comment

Start your morning off with a bang with this ceramic mug that gets its form through the wonders of 3D printing. Designed by Augusto, it’s available in one of several gloss colors or matte black. I like my coffee like my gunpowder… black.

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MUGR

MUGR
~$40  Buy Comment

We love the design of this modern coffee mug, which beautifully blends Japanese-style ceramic work with walnut wood. Its open handle not only looks cool, it allows the mugs to be stacked.

Don’t F**king Procrastinate Mug

Don’t F**king Procrastinate Mug
$17  Buy Comment

Even the most efficient student in the class/worker in the office needs a gentle reminder to get a move on sometimes. In the particular case of this mug, it’s a not-so-gentle reminder, but we think it’ll get the job done.

Grenade Mug

Grenade Mug
$25  Buy Comment

Thankfully, pulling the pin on Megawing’s porcelain mug won’t blow you and your cup of coffee to Kingdom Come, but it should do a nice job keeping your beverage warm – especially if you leave the lid on. Available in white or black.

Caffeine Molecule Coffee Mug

Caffeine Molecule Coffee Mug
$99  Buy Comment

A very special ceramic coffee mug, made using 3D printing tech to create its clay mold. Yes, $99 is a lot to spend on a coffee cup, but true caffeine addicts should consider it a worthwhile investment. Also available as an espresso cup.

Cuppa-Can Ceramic Mug

Cuppa-Can Ceramic Mug
$19  Buy Comment

Similar to the Coke Can Glass, the Cuppa-Can is a ceramic mug shaped like a drink can. It even has a silicone lid with a molded pull-tab. Its double wall insulation keeps hot drinks hot and your hands cool. Also available here and here.

Dino Corn Cob Holders

Dino Corn Cob Holders

Pick up your cob with style, with Lana Filippone’s Jurassic ceramic corn holders. We only wish that T-Rex held the corn with its tiny hands. These are prototypes, but keep an eye on Imm Living for the production version.

Treasure Mug

Treasure Mug
$35  Buy Comment

Freak out your friends and make them think your coffee cup is sinking into the table with this off-kilter ceramic mug from Japan. Available in brown or white, though white is currently sold out.

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Pancake Plates

Pancake Plates
$45/set of 2  Buy Comment

Serving up the perfect breakfast, designer Jon Wye’s special-purpose ceramic plates have a sloped surface and reservoir to collect pooling syrup so you can dip each bite in the sticky stuff.

Dragon Head Beer Mug

Dragon Head Beer Mug
$45  Buy Comment

Created by potters Jason and Jane Chischilly, these awesome mugs are based on the drinking vessels called “rhytons”, common in ancient Persia. We can think of no better way to drink a flagon of mead.

Soup and Cracker Mugs

Soup and Cracker Mugs
$10/pair  Buy Link Comment

It’s definitely a First World problem, but some of us don’t like soggy crackers in our soup. It’s also great for milk and cookies, carrots and ranch, or… gummy bears and syrup?!? Sign us up!

Basket of Skulls

Basket of Skulls
$400-$450  Buy Comment

Looking for that finishing touch for your room? Check out these creepy, yet awesome baskets and buckets filled with porcelain skulls by Minnesota artist Cyrus Swann. Single skulls start at just $20.

Diesel Ceramic Chronograph

Diesel Ceramic Chronograph
$389  Buy Comment

The extra large Diesel DZ4221 has a bold, easy-to-read dial, set into a durable ceramic case, which is twice as strong as stainless steel, plus it’s water-resistant to 5ATM. Also available in white.

Desktop Cargo Containers

Desktop Cargo Containers
$24/ea.  Buy Comment

Daniel Ballou designed these ceramic desktop containers, modeled after the giant corrugated metal shipping containers he witnesses every day on the docks of Long Beach. Ships 8/2011.

Mood Mugs

Mood Mugs
$16  Buy Comment

Your colleagues will know how you’re feeling every morning with Thabto’s lighthearted Mood Mugs; the double wall insulated porcelain pieces feature simple facial expressions to reflect the mood.

Death Star Cookie Jar

Death Star Cookie Jar
$50  Buy Comment

We like this ceramic Death Star cookie jar simply as sculpture in the kitchen – but we’d be stoked if it was filled with something delicious inside (like sugary, bite-sized Stormtroopers). (Thanks Jon!)

ATHF Master Shake Cup

ATHF Master Shake Cup
$15  Buy Comment

Clear the area and let us drink our favorite beverages in this handsome little Master Shake Ceramic Cup, which includes no handles and a pink straw for accuracy, as well as manly charisma.

Gun Handle Mug

Gun Handle Mug
$18  Buy Comment

Hey! Watch where you’re pointing that cup of coffee! Show them you really mean business in your next meeting when you walk in carrying your cup of joe in one of these.

Ceramic Floppy Disk Tiles

Ceramic Floppy Disk Tiles

These retro-charming ceramic floppy disk tiles, created by the creative powers that be at Australia’s Eness, are not available for sale, but don’t you just wish they were?

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