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Made to order from Chiang Mai, Thailand by Jirawong Wongtrangon
Sugar and spice make every tea and coffee nice. Add a touch of simplicity to your kitchen with these naturally glazed handmade rimmed earth stoneware serveware. Who said sugar and spice dishes need to be boring?
Sold as a set of 2
Size: 4 x 4 x 3 in
Care: Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Production time: These ceramics take up to 4 weeks to be made. If you need them sooner, please send us message via Facebook chat on our homepage or email email@example.com and we will discuss the timeframe with the team. Items are shipped with DHL Express to ensure a speedy delivery. We are aiming to get all orders delivered before Christmas.
10% of this purchase will be used to support local community projects. Read more about our Community Works programs here.
Approximately 4 weeks to make, plus shipping.
Our artisans are located around the world and will ship your items directly to you from their studios. Orders are shipped by DHL and should take 3-10 days after the artisans dispatch them.
If you receive this item in less than perfect condition or are not satisfied with it, you have 15 days from the date of delivery to request a free return with a full refund.
Jirawong Wongtrangon, or Ji as he is known to friends, works out of InClay Studio which is located in the tropical garden of his family home in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Ji creates one-of-a-kind hand-thrown ceramic pieces using natural glazes and draws inspiration from his natural surrounds.
From a young age, Ji knew he wanted to do work that was creative and experimental. His father was a natural craftsman and while he didn’t pursue it as a career, he showed Ji how to make things and mix colors together. As a child, Ji could often be found making toys from pieces of wood or experimenting with materials and objects.
Ji has a gentle character and is a perfectionist by nature. He regularly works twelve hours a da handcrafting uniquely designed ceramics. It takes him a minimum of one week to craft one perfect piece. Ji enjoys the ceramic process of using clay, fire, air and his own two hands. His favorite part of the process is waiting for pieces to come out of the kiln "you don’t always know how they are going to come out."
Ji's open-air garden studio is a popular hangout for fellow artist friends to drop by, play the guitar or collaborate on artistic projects.