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A ceramic cup is set on a white table in front of a white wall. The bottom of the cup is brown unglazed clay, with dark speckles. The upper part of the cup is also speckled and glazed in a very pale blue.
Three ceramic cups are set diagonally side by side on a white table in front of a white wall. The bottom of the cups are brown unglazed clay, with dark speckles. The upper part of the cups are also speckled and glazed in a very pale blue.
A closeup of the ceramic cup on a white table. The bottom of the cup is brown unglazed clay, with dark speckles. The upper part of the cup is also speckled and glazed in a very pale blue.
Whitney is viewed from the waist up. She is outside in front of trees, standing behind a table set with her ceramics. She is smiling to the left of the camera.

Personal Best Ceramics

Speckled Everything Cup

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The Speckled Everything Cup is quintessential functional home decor. The cup holds any and every kind of beverage, plus looks gorgeous on your shelves. 

wheel-thrown speckled stoneware | glazed in Soft Blue | approximately 4.5 in. tall, 2.75 in. wide | holds 8 oz

Also check out The Everything Cup! It isn't speckled, but makes a great set in either (or both!) Creamsicle or Lavender.

How to care for your cup:

Stoneware is a type of ceramic fired at a high temperature, rendering it non-porous and durable. When it is covered in glaze, a glass coating forms, making it even more suitable to eat and drink from.

Food safe clays and glazes are always used on Personal Best tableware. All pieces are microwave and dishwasher safe. Although to avoid thermal shock and cracking, limited microwave use is recommended.

Meet the Maker:

Using classic forms as a canvas, Personal Best Ceramics is a line of functional housewares highlighting eclectic, not-so-classic colors, texture and pattern. Baltimore-based artist Whitney Simpkins (she/her) makes each piece by hand, with the hope that it will someday reach another hand.