Handmade Cups and Mugs

Made on Cape Cod in Massachusetts, we at CTC and More believe in quality and what better way than to contract with local artisan potters to create functional and beautiful drinking ware.  

We hope that these everyday mugs and cups make your hot drink experience so much better.

Contributing Artisans

Susan Dimm      Barn Hill Pottery, Chatham  MA.

Since her first attempt at pottery in the 4th grade, Susan has been immersed in this creative world.  Susan graduated from Bennington College with a degree in painting and ceramics and has studied at Alfred University and RISD.  She and her family have been living in Chatham, MA. since the 1990's.

Susan and CTC and More have teamed up to produce and sell unique, functional and decorative handmade stoneware mugs in Cape Cod colors with sea motifs.  These mugs come in various colors and sizes.  They will compliment any dining or kitchen decor.

If you happen to find yourself in Chatham on Cape Cod, stop by and see Susan at her small Barn Hill Pottery studio and small retail store.  You'll find a selection of vases, berry bowls, flower pots, plates and serving bowls to name a few.  Visit Barn Hill's web site at  www.barnhillpottery.com

You also can "like" Susan on the Barn Hill Pottery Facebook page. 

https://www.facebook.com/Barnhill-Pottery-193613473992230

 

Traci Noone    Cape Cod, MA.

Traci - an artist and an optimist - makes pots for flowers, pots for food and pots for fun. She grew up in a small, rural town in Central Massachusetts named for the redness of the soil.  Perhaps that explains her affinity for earthenware.  As a young adult, Traci studied photography at the Art Institute of Chicago and received her M.F.A.  

Today, she resides on Lower Cape Cod where she has been making and learning about pots for the past ten years.  She exhibits locally and as Mountain Laurel Pottery sells her flower pots at the local Farmers Market in Orleans.  Traci casts her functional wares and experiments with traditional majolica techniques.  

When asked to describe her pottery, Traci's 14 year old daughter replies, "It is hipster pretty; sweaters and coffee shop pretty!"  In other words, warm and comfortable with a stimulating earthiness.