Pretty and practical dragonfly tea infuser mug for loose leaf tea! Just add your tea to the tea holder, add hot water, cover with lid until steeped and enjoy your tea! We have matching dragonfly spoon rests that work great for holding your tea holder once your tea is steeped (sold separately).
Painted dragonflies and pretty botanical patterns in celadon and creamy white glaze just feel like the lazy summer days dipping toes in water and enjoying life.
Fair Trade craftsmen in the ancient Vietnamese village of Bat Trang create beautiful pottery and stoneware. Due to variations in the clay, these mugs may develop a crackle finish. This is natural and part of the unique beauty of each piece.
Oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe. Holds approx. 10 oz. Dimensions: 6"h x 3 1/2"dia.
One tea infuser mug per order. Matching products sold separately. Some photos include other items, they can be purchased individually.
Our products are tested for lead content and are made for food use in accordance with FDA guidelines for food-safe ceramics.
For California residents: This product is also made in accordance with state guidelines for Proposition 65.
Fair Trade Artisans: Vietnam: Craft Link. Living in rural hilly and mountainous areas, the hill tribes have little access to markets. Craft Link, a non-profit organization, works to assist small Vietnamese craft producers find market opportunities and to promote awareness of ethnic minority crafts and culture. Craft Link also provides marketing, design, and management advice to other disadvantaged groups, like street children and people with disabilities. Craft Link is committed to the principles of fair trade, investing in artisans' social welfare and guaranteeing fair wages, worker safety, and care of the environment. Working closely with the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi, Craft Link helps preserve traditional craft skills like the weaving and embroidery of the tribal groups, puppet making, and traditional ceramics. Craft Link's ceramics, long-time best sellers with our customers, come from Bat Trang, a small village on the Red River, which has been famous for its ceramics since the 15th century.