Juliska Pewter Stoneware has an old-world luster with a ground-breaking metallic glaze that has the same unrivaled durability and functionality as all of their ceramics. The hammered finish of this quality tea/coffee cup will look beautiful on any tablescape as you and your guests enjoy a meal together.
- Microwave, oven and freezer safe
Material & Care
- Ceramic Stoneware
- Dishwasher safe
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