The Texan - Handmade Pottery Coffee Mug
The Texan - Handmade Pottery Coffee Mug
The Texan - Handmade Pottery Coffee Mug
The Texan - Handmade Pottery Coffee Mug

The Texan – Handmade Pottery Coffee Mug

$36.00

  • 100% handcrafted in our Huntsville pottery studio
  • The straight-wall style mug is 14 to 16 oz.
  • The bulb style mug is 10 to 12 oz.
  • Thickness of the walls will vary
  • Each cup includes a gift box for easy gifting
  • Dishwasher & microwave safe
  • Fast turnaround 1-2 weeks (not bad for a completely custom made cup)
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Made in Huntsville, Alabama

The Texan Tea Mug

Let your Texas star shine with the Texan tea mug! This personalized mug is hand thrown and fired with love in our Huntsville, Alabama pottery studio. Put your initial on it and sip away.

  • 100% handcrafted in our Huntsville pottery studio
  • The straight-wall style mug is 14 to 16 oz.
  • The bulb style mug is 10 to 12 oz.
  • Thickness of the walls will vary
  • Each cup includes a gift box for easy gifting
  • Dishwasher & microwave safe
  • Fast turnaround 1-2 weeks (not bad for a completely custom made cup)

THE TEXAN MUG

leather front pocket wallet by holtz leather

Texas Tea – Spindletop, 1901

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Jan. 10, 1901, is the most famous date in Texas petroleum history. This is the date that the great gusher erupted in the oil well being drilled at Spindletop, near Beaumont, by a mining engineer, Capt. A. F. Lucas.

This was the first salt dome oil discovery, and thousands of barrels of oil flowed before the well could be capped. Spindletop created a sensation throughout the world and encouraged exploration and drilling in Texas that has continued since.

My Uncle A True Texan

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“My uncle has managed oil wells in Texas for the last 20 years.” – Rick Holtz

Oil and natural gas are the most valuable minerals produced in Texas. Originating from the rocks of geologic eras, all of the major sedimentary basins of Texas have yielded some oil or gas.

Festival Life

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Music, art and good eats are just a few things that make up the diversity and culture of Texas. Dating back to the mid 19th century, folk art by the Mexican Americans has been a hot commodity, especially on the outskirts of the state and rural areas in southern Texas.

Take a sip out of this Texan mug and be transported with a festive feeling inspired by the Latin American heritage.

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