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This gorgeous wine cup has a wide, round bowl to help release aroma. Each piece is hand built, hand glazed + minimal with great texture + feel in the hand. The glaze blurs, truly emphasizing each piece's uniqueness. Perfect for wine, water or simply to add a beautiful touch to your table setting. Color is cream. Sold individually.
Please note that each piece is made by hand + therefore, nuances + intricacies of each piece may vary slightly from the image portrayed or from each other.
Due to handmade nature, color, shape + size may vary slightly.
Approx. 8-10 oz.
Width: 2" opening; 3.5" bowl
Food, dishwasher + microwave safe.
Lead + barium-free pottery.
Annie Hanks Ceramics
Collaborative ceramic work handmade in Chattanooga, TN
Annie Hanks Ceramic Studio is run by Katherine Hanks McAlister + Stephanie Anne Martin. Their collaborative ceramic work is inspired by the women’s deep connection to one another, their feminine selves + the landscape surrounding them. Their company was established in 2014 when they found a studio space with a bright + open floor plan that included a western-facing wall of windows to gently filter natural sunlight. They often reference the light that flows through their studio as an inspiring energy that permeates the space + encourages creativity.
The work produced by Annie Hanks purely reflects the essence of the women’s friendship + their respective aesthetics - an aesthetic that, more often than not, blends effortlessly into one. Katherine explains that their work is “a marriage of their forms + is a beautiful reflection of their friendship.” The women work collaboratively - each piece is created by both women’s hands.
The women take pride in their fine attention to line + form + have a keen awareness of the relationship between the earth + themselves. They find constant metaphors within their work, particularly the connection between clay: a piece of the earth + the humanness of themselves.