Celadon Dinnerware(74 items)
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Featured Reviews on Celadon Dinnerware
I thought this was really lovely
This made a nice gift for an elephant loving friend. This was a great find and the color is gorgeous and calming.
Elephant Coffee Mug
I just love unusual designs and this elephant mug is no exception. The mug is larger than expected and I love the elephant head for a handle. I visited Thailand twelve months ago and this mug is a lovely reminder.
Very nice piece
This is my second purchase from this artist. Each piece was carefully packaged for the long journey from Thailand to Los Angeles; they arrive in perfect condition. This mug is a great size, I like the design and bought it because my current mug is too small. The color is a nice, deep blue and I like the way the handle feels in my hand. Very happy with this purchase!
"The success we have been reaping is not just from the celadon we love. It is from the nice, gentle and humble mentality from our ancestors that has been passed on to all of us."
Popular Celadon Dinnerware
Celadon Ceramic Elephant Mug in Green from Thailand (10 oz.), "Elephant Handle in Green"$37.99
Designed by Thai artisan Aunchalee Kaewduangtip, this mug will make a charming addition to your morning routine. Handcrafted of ceramic, the mug is finished with a crackled green celadon glaze. Finished with a brown glaze, the handle is crafted in the shape of an elephant's head and trunk.
Handcrafted Glazed Celadon Ceramic Mug (9 oz), "Jade Elephant Parade"$34.99
A parade of elephants fills this mug with Thai charm. By Duangkamol, the mug is crafted by hand of ceramic with the elephants in low relief. The jade green mug features a crackled glazed finish that distinguishes the millenary art of celadon.
Aqua Celadon Cup and Saucer with Elephant Motif, "Elephant Gaze"$27.99
Using time-honored techniques, artisan Penpan of Thailand creates beautiful celadon ceramics. This dainty cup and saucer set are crafted with the traditional process and given the classic crackled aqua glaze for which celadon is known. Forming the cup's handle, an elephant's head is left unglazed for an interesting contrast. The cup is paired with a matching saucer.