Handmade Mexican Coffee Mug & Cappuccino Cup - Puebla Talavera Pottery, Ceramic Thermos, Lead-Free with Lid, Customizable, Microwave & Dishwasher Safe ☕🎨

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Materials: Ceramic
Capacity: 430 milliliters

Experience the vibrant artistry of Puebla, Mexico, with this stunning handmade coffee mug. Inspired by the rich history of Puebla Talavera pottery, our cappuccino cup combines traditional craftsmanship and practical design for your daily enjoyment.

Key Features:

  • Handmade and hand-painted 🎨
  • Measures 4.33” in height
  • 430ml capacity – perfect for your morning cappuccino ☕
  • Made from durable ceramic material
  • Includes a plastic lid for keeping your beverage warm
  • Customizable – choose your favorite colors and characters

This mug is safe for use in a microwave oven and dishwasher, offering easy care alongside its beautiful aesthetics.

NOTE: Personalization is available (processing time 3-4 weeks). If you wish to add a name to your mug, please follow this link https://etsy.me/42f1lqf to our personalized mugs section (additional cost $5), or contact us directly with your personalization preferences.

Our ceramic thermoses, created using ancestral techniques, deliver high quality that keep your beverages at the ideal temperature. Moreover, by choosing our product, you contribute to the environment as there’s no need for disposable plastic cups.

We assure careful packing and prompt shipping in a box. The mug can also be sent with a special dedication or gift wrapping on request.

Got questions? We’re here to assist and usually respond within an hour.

About Puebla Talavera:

Puebla Talavera is a globally acclaimed style of Talavera pottery produced in Puebla, Mexico. Protected as a Designation of Origin (PDO) by the Mexican government, only pottery made in Puebla following traditional techniques and materials can be called “Puebla Talavera”. Renowned for its intricate designs, vibrant colors, and fusion of indigenous and European influences, Puebla Talavera pottery plays a significant part in Puebla’s cultural heritage. Its continued production by skilled artisans keeps this cherished Mexican art form alive for future generations.

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