Paul Latham

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Hand Thrown Ceramic Mug


  • 4″ diameter
  • 4 1/2″ tall
  • High-Fire Cone 6 Stoneware
  • Holds 16 ounces (500 ml)

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Ingolf (Nordic). Meaning’ ‘Ing’s wolf’.  Ing (Yngvi) was the original name of Old Norse god Freyr, the god of virility, prosperity and fair weather. The God Freyr is often depicted in images riding on a wolf.

Drink to Prosperity with your very own Ingolf Wolf mug. Inspired by medieval design and created by hand in our little shop in Texas, this hand thrown ceramic mug holds 16 oz of your favorite drink. Whether celebrating fair weather on a solstice, or just having dinner with friends, you are sure to get compliments.

  • High-Fire Cone 6 Stoneware
  • Brown Black base under Country Cream glaze
  • Mouth is 4″ Wide
  • Stands 4.5″ tall
  • Holds 16 Ounces (500 ml)
  • Microwave safe
  • Oven safe
  • Heat resistant
  • Perfect for everyday use
  • Individually glazed, each one is unique
  • Wheel thrown on the potter’s wheel
  • Hand altered, stamped and/or carved
  • Individually glazed, making each one unique and wonderful in it’s own way
  • Kiln fired 2x – Once for its bisque fire, second for its glaze firing
  • Not made with molds
  • Individually produced ware
  • Do not use on stove-top (or on any direct heat)

Interested in learning more about my process? You can see more projects and behind-the-scenes shots on my Instagram page here:

Slight imperfections are a part of handmade pottery and add character to the pieces I make. This is something that you cannot find in lifeless, factory made ceramic ware – but you knew that already, and that is why you are here!

I do accept personalized and custom requests, contact me for more information!

See other items for sale here or on our etsy page.

Additional information

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 4 in



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