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Studio Cup by Wingnut & Co

This perfect ceramic 'everyday cup' was hand thrown and glazed in Wingnut & Co's Trentham studio.

Key Details:

  • Capacity: approximately 250ml
  • Materials: Australian Stoneware Clay with gloss glaze
  • Dimension: 80mm H x 80mm W body (+ handle)
  • Weight: approximately 280g


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Artists Asuka and Anna established Wingnut & Co. in 2013 as a side project to their individual art practices. Asuka had been passionately focused on ceramics for a while, studying in Melbourne and Japan and getting on the potter’s wheel every chance he could get. It was a natural progression from there to the creation of a range centred around a thoughtful and beautiful line of ceramics for everyday use.

The Studio Cup is made from Australian Stoneware Clay with a green or white gloss glaze. Each cup is thrown on the potter’s wheel, and each handle is rolled out individually. All the cups are made and fired in Wingnut & Co.’s Trentham studio, which is located an hour outside of Melbourne.

When we asked Asuka and Anna what inspired the creation of the Studio Cup, they told us, “We both wanted a cup with a handle––one that we could use all day, in our home and at the studio. We wanted a handle that was classic in shape but also robust and comfortable to hold. Each Studio Cup has its own characteristics, such as a tiny wobble in the body or a gentle twist in the handle. We like them all to be individual pieces.”

Read the interview with Wingnut & Co.

Each cup is thrown on the potter’s wheel, and each handle is rolled out individually.

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