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PLEASE NOTE: because each piece is truly one of a kind, expect variations in color and shape. We really like using a single vessel for both making and drinking matcha. We've designed the shape of these matcha tumblers to maximize fine crema when preparing matcha with our handheld whisk, and turned to some of our favorite ceramicists to throw, glaze, and fire them in their signature styles. 

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  • Standhardt

    Standhardt

    Handthrown by the inimitable Ken Standhardt, and painstakingly shaped with a variety of handmade steel-tipped tools. A true work of art that encompasses hundreds of indentations that dazzle the holder (especially with matcha in it).  Ken says...

  • Standhardt White

    Standhardt White

    Handthrown by the inimitable Ken Standhardt, and painstakingly shaped with a variety of handmade steel-tipped tools. A true work of art that encompasses hundreds of indentations that dazzle the holder (especially with matcha in it).  Ken says...

  • Onimaru Dark Large

    Onimaru Dark Large

    Another beauty from Onimaru Yusuke. Designed to capture beautiful matcha aromas, and does it ever succeed. The brownish-black glossy glaze is delightful to hold; it's easy to get lost (in the best way) when you're holding this and sipping matcha...

  • Fayt Grooved

    Fayt Grooved

    Diana Fayt's second exclusive offering for us, an office favorite. Another etching in clay -- the grooves seduce! Absolutely perfect for extra-thick servings of matcha. 3.875" tall, 3" diameter. Made in the heart of California's Sierra Nevada Foothills.

  • Fayt Honey

    Fayt Honey

    Diana Fayt weaves together her talents as a ceramicist, painter, sculptor, and printmaker in these robust yet intricate tumblers through her signature process of etching in clay. We've never seen anything remotely like them; they create a gravity that...

  • Sepia

    Sepia

    Danny Meissinger makes truly lovely functional clay art near Topeka, Kansas. We presented Danny with the challenge of making two custom tumblers for us, using his signature cracked glazes, a yin and yang if you will, one with a light exterior and dark...

  • Synapse

    Synapse

    Danny Meissinger makes truly lovely functional clay art near Topeka, Kansas. We presented Danny with the challenge of making two custom tumblers for us, using his signature cracked glazes, a yin an yang if you will, one with a light exterior and dark...

  • Koide Satin

    Koide Satin

    Berkeley-based Kiyomi Koide created these creamy, satiny, generously sized tumblers for us, and we couldn't be happier with them. White porcelain, creamy white glaze. Dishwasher and microwave safe, but we recommend hand washing (they're a true pleasure...

  • Koide Raw

    Koide Raw

    Another beauty from Kiyomi Koide. The chocolate stoneware clay exterior is completely unglazed, giving it an earthy, rough-hewn feeling that captures a certain matcha mood. Interior is a gorgeous, mottled, wabisabi glaze. 4" tall, 3" diameter. Made in...

  • Koide Flaxen

    Koide Flaxen

    Our third tumbler from the delightful Kiyomi Koide, who created these joyful and practical tumblers especially for us.  Stoneware with a mottled yellow glaze that feels so satisfying in the hand. Dishwasher and microwave safe, but we recommend hand...

  • Sonora

    Sonora

    These perfect tumblers from master ceramicist Jonathan Braun--whose handmade kiln is just up the road from Breakaway Matcha HQ here in San Anselmo, CA--bring us endless pleasure. Jonathan has been making elegant and highly usable ceramics for more than...

  • Curth 3D

    Curth 3D

    This delightful piece was actually "printed" in a 3D printer, designed and built by Sandy Curth especially for us. Custom software written by Sandy as well. Consider us smitten! While it's not -- yet -- as simple as clicking the print button, Sandy has...

  • Snowline

    Snowline

    Handcarved stoneware with white glaze from LA's Jennifer King, who is widely known for her playful approach between sculptural and functional ceramic forms. This design is reminiscent of the snowy peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro. Feels both beautiful and...

  • Ebon

    Ebon

    A deep, matte black stoneware tumbler from Tel Aviv-based ceramicist Sharon Boneh Rokach. Minimalist and earthy; creates a contemplative mood when sipping matcha from it. Simple, functional, and beautiful. Safe for use in dishwashers, ovens, and...

  • Ypres

    Ypres

    These monochromatic matte gray-white tumblers are simply beautiful. Hand-thrown exclusively for us by renown Belgian ceramicist Stefan Ferlin. Dishwasher and microwave safe, but we do recommend hand washing.  4" tall, 3" diameter. Made in Ypres,...

  • Matcha Rain

    Matcha Rain

    This whimsical tumbler from ceramicist Meg Bundy makes us smile each time we use it. Meg burnished the exterior with quartz before firing, a technique that creates soft, enticing glazes. Made by hand and with love in Flushing, Michigan.   

  • Pacifica

    Pacifica

    Dallas-based ceramicist Kelly Vaughan threw these robust and striking tumblers for us, and we couldn't be happier with them, especially with the lovely contrast between the bright blue and the emerald green of the matcha. Stoneware, and safe for use...

  • Rye

    Rye

    Ceramicist Jessica Martin of Rapid City, South Dakota made these robust beauties for us. The elegant hourglass-ish shape fits snugly in the hand. Especially good for larger-size, extra-thick matcha making. Dishwasher and microwave safe.

  • Piper Blue
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    Piper Blue

    Matte speckled blue beaker, created especially for us by ceramicist Piper Christine of Thermotrope Pottery, with her signature "cowbird" glaze that resembles a wabisabi robin's egg! 4" tall, 2.5" diameter. Made in Oakland, California.

  • Birch

    Birch

    These compact matte beauties that resemble thin birch trees, were thrown for us by the amazing David Ernster, fired in his wood kiln at his home studio. 3.875" tall, 2.875" diameter. Hand wash, please. Made in the mountains of Newbury, New Hampshire...

  • Berkeley Shino Creamy Rust

    Berkeley Shino Creamy Rust

    Beautiful and sturdy -- these things are built to last. Stoneware in the Shino (Gifu Prefecture, Japan) tradition. made with love by Shino maestro Shawn Kam. Streaks of lovely rust randomly dapple. 4" tall, 3" diameter. Dishwasher and microwave...

  • Mojave

    Mojave

    Also from the great Ray Morales. The neutral colors in the glaze set off the matcha brilliantly. Understated and elegant. Each piece is different -- please understand that these hand-thrown beauties are one-of-a-kind, and won't look exactly like the...

  • Pumice

    Pumice

    These lovely stoneware cups--sort of halfway between a bowl and a cup--have a textured exterior and smooth-glazed interior for easy cleanup.  All beverages look great in these (excellent for small portions of soup, too). Safe for dishwashers,...

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