"Mugs have broad bases for stability, the handles are pleasingly shaped and well secured yet they retain their own character and are generous and easy to hold. All fired in the salt kiln, with salt introduced into the kiln at high temperature, the surfaces are of celadon glaze or else black slip with celadon interiors." - Patsy Healy in "Resonant Objects" referring to Moraig McKenna's mugs
Materials: Woodfired and Saltglazed Stoneware mugs. Mugs are dishwasher safe. Price is per mug.
Dimensions: 8cm diameter, 7.5cm (h) without handle, 11cm including handle.
Meet the Maker: Moraig McKenna has been making wood-fired ceramics since 1991, working with Anagama style kilns and Wood fired salt kilns.
In 2001 Moraig received a Master of Arts by research from Southern Cross University. As part of her research she developed a porcelain clay body designed specifically for wood firing.