'Hope' Or 'Hold Fast' Anchor Tattoo Mug

Emma Puddick Pottery

£44.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 22nd July
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    • 24th July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 26th - 29th July
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

This mug was thrown on the potters wheel from white stoneware clay. It is hand decorated in coloured underglazes with an old school anchor tattoo design. Finished with transparent glaze.

Need to know

9cm tall, 10cm wide at base, 400ml- ish capacity (measurements are approximate). Every item is handmade and there will be some variations in size and shape. Dishwasher and microwave safe, gentle hand-washing recommended.

Right handed means if you hold the mug in your right hand the design faces away from your body - left handed means if you hold in your left hand the design faces away.

Photos are illustrative. Items sold individually.


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 26th - 29th July

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Emma Puddick, a white woman in her forties looks directly at camera smiling.  She is wearing a blue apron, and red and white striped shirt.  she is holding a handmade ceramic mug, with a heart and banner tattoo reading TEA

Emma Puddick Pottery


Hi there, I'm Emma.

I make high quality, functional ceramics that bring joy to your everyday.

My distinctive style combines beautiful, ergonomic forms that are thrown on the potters wheel with colourful hand-decorated designs inspired by vintage style, pop culture and traditional tattoos.

I use a wide variety of surface decoration techniques including sgraffito, transfers, screen-printing, stencilling and carving to imbue as much colour and happiness into my work as I possibly can.