Ancestral Puebloan Designs reproduced in Tucson, AZ.
"The Ancestral Puebloans were an ancient American Indian culture that spanned the present-day Four Corners region of the United States. They are known for their great houses and cliff dwellings built between 800-1300 CE. This style of Ancestral Puebloan pottery, known as 'black on white" for the stark contrast of black paint on white clay, reveals a people with a flair for design who believed that each piece of pottery had its own story. Start the day by imagining their ancient story, or write your own" - Western National Parks Association
- H 3.625", L 5" (with handle); Opening 3.5"; Holds ~10 fl oz
- Lead-Free and vitrified.
- Stronger than stoneware
Mugs are SAFE to use in microwave, dishwasher, broiler, oven, freezer.
Lead-free clay and lead-free glaze, stronger than stoneware, extremely durable and chip resistant.