Eshelman Pottery Espresso cups

By Paul Eshelman and informed by Japanese/Chinese crafts, American Shaker traditions, and contemporary Architecture. Eshelman uses red stoneware clay heated to the point of vitrification so as to create a non-porous surface. At Treehugger, we like ceramics for the dent they don't leave on the earth, but in particular, we like that these have a dynamic color despite using lead-free glaze. Microwave, oven, dishwasher safe, there's nothing at all fussy about them. 4 for $80.