Wheat fields are always an iconic sight of the prairies. You don't have to look far to find this view in Saskatchewan or neighboring provinces.
Each mug is hand built with great focus. It then slowly dries for a week, and then is put into a bisque fire into a kiln. It's then glazed and entered into another kiln fire which reaches 2600 degree F. In this final stage the high heat makes the mug durable.
All mugs are dishwasher and microwaveable safe, although I do suggest hand washing to preserve its bright colors. Please note that each mug has slight variations in colors, are not perfectly round, and each mug handle may not be the same size. With these slight variations between each much, this makes them all uniques in themselves.
This listing includes 1x mug. Each mug holds 12oz of liquid with room for creamer. The handle is on the left side with the image facing towards you. The mug is raw clay on the outside with it being sealed on the inside with clear glaze. If a mug is damaged or broken in shipping a refund of the total cost of the mug will be refunded, not the shipping. Mugs that are damaged during shipping will not be replaced. Purchase of a new mug will have to wait until next shop update and done on the purchaser's own time. Damages during shipping is out of my control.