Feb 6, 2013
Up in the Air Somewhere Hand-Dipped Cups
By Alice Oglethorpe
Make meeting your eight-glasses-a-day water quota more of a treat than a chore by sipping out of these lovely hand-dipped cups from Up in the Air Somewhere. Designed by Chicago artist Susan Dwyer, these earthenware cups are made with lead-free, food-safe glazes and are sure to bring cheer to anyone who uses them. Find them on Dwyer’s website, www.upintheairsomewhere.com, alongside pitchers, creamers, vases, and dishes.
Posted Feb. 6, 2013, | Back to all posts
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