Guinomi-Sake Cup. Local native clay from The Dingle Peninsula Ireland.


Guinomi-Sake Cup. Local native clay from The Dingle Peninsula Ireland.


Guinomi-Sake Cup is made from 100% native clay.

This is a local clay from the Dingle Peninsula that I dug and process myself.

Some ingredients in this clay include a coarse sand of red sandstone and quartz.

Nothing is added to this clay only a few stones are removed.

The glaze surface has a stone like finish. I make this stoneware glaze myself in my studio.

Wheel thrown electric kiln fired to 1280° Celsius. Suitable for sake, whisky or tea.

Size and Volume

Height 4.52 cm

Width 9.13 cm

Volume to 60 ml to 80 ml of liquid.

Height 1.78 inch

Width 3.59 inch

Volume to 2.11oz to 2.80oz of liquid.

Food safe

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I ship all my work with An Post Registered Post. This includes a track & trace ID number that I will send with your shipping notification.

Your order will be shipped within three working days of payment.  

If there is an over-charge on shipping I will refund the over-charge.  Shipping is calculated by weight.

If you are local in the Dingle Area, and would like to pick up your order at my place, please contact me for the arrangement. In that case, shipping will be refunded.

Duty and Fees charged on international shipping are the sole responsibility of the buyer. I have to write the value of items on the parcels for customs.

Refunds Policy

I accept returns and cancellations, the customer must pay for return shipping costs.

Just contact me within 5 days of delivery

Post items back to me within 10 days of delivery

Request a cancellation within 12 hours of purchase (as your item could be shipped immediately)

I don't accept exchanges

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

Returns and exchange details

If for some reason the piece reaches you broken. I will refund you the full price of that item and the postage cost. All I will need is a photograph of the broken piece. 

If you wish to return an item please contact me before you do so, as it can be difficult to pack it well.