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Gary said

Here Is another of My Favorite LARGE TEA MUGS (cups)

It was Made in Jamestown Virginia at the Colonial Settlement.
It is Made out of Local, Virginia White Clay,
And Holds About 20 to 22 oz’s
I use this mug while doing some lengthly Reading sessions

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Daniil said

Wow, such a cool collection of cups in this topic, just awesome!

I’ll jump in on the fun.

Gaiwan set I use for pu-erh and oolongs (or when I like to play with black tea):

Glass teapot with matching cup for when I need to make my tea fast yet still enjoy it to the fullest:

I know it’s not cups exactly, but that’s what I enjoy my teas from, hope it counts.

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Gary said

This New Cup is the one I’m Using Now
It Holds a Full 32 Oz. (1 US Quart)
It seems to be the WAY to ENJOY TEA

1st Steep was Williamsons English Breakfast
Keep On Steepin.

Daniil said

Super cool. The lid must be very useful for steeping/keeping tea warm. I would only be sad about not being able to see the color of tea proper.

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Ian Krouth said


My one true mug-love. It’s the perfect size to cup (har har) in one hand, but is big enough to wrap both around when necessary. It’s my favorite color, and the perfect size for a satisfying cup of tea. (It also has the logo of a coffeeshop I used to work for on the other side…but oh well.)

Daniil said

Love the green and +100 on the size, hate the small cups :) Tea needs to be plentiful :)

Ian Krouth said

I have a few small cups for when I’m serving out of a pot, but I’m the only tea drinker who lives in my house, so most of the time I get to keep it all to myself!

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MaddHatter said


The mug that is pictured on this webpage is my mug, my sister gave it to me for Christmas one year and it is my ONLY mug I use out of the 100’s we have in our collection…

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