Update May 2022 -- we are sold out of cookie plates!
Did you know that Guatemala has over 30 volcanoes? Some are active daily, others have been dormant for a while -- but all are part of the beautiful landscape.
These mugs are handmade one by one and then each hand-painted by a ceramic cooperative at Lake Atitlán that is surrounded by -- you guessed it -- beautiful volcanoes. Serve yourself a mug full of Guatemalan coffee grown in volcanic soil. Cookie plates are available as add-ons for $15 each. Please let us know your color preference at check-out.
We hope these cheerful colors bring you as much joy as they bring us. We needed these colors during this pandemic, as we found ourselves at home and appreciating the little things that bring us joy.
3-inch opening at top; 3.5-inch diameter at the bottom.
Liquid capacity 14 ounces.
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