Chalk Tumbler

by Luna

A ceramic tumbler-sized cup with a gently raw and organic pebbly surface.

Luna Ceramics are wheel thrown by Lisa Russel in Brisbane, Australia. Each piece is individually designed to be simple and effortlessly functional, with a feel that is natural, uncomplicated and friendly.

About her work, Russel says, “As a maker, it’s not just the process of making that brings me joy but the knowledge that my work can become a part of somebody’s home and way of life. I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to connect with people through making, and through the clay itself.” 

Chalk Tumbler

by Luna

A ceramic tumbler-sized cup with a gently raw and organic pebbly surface.

Luna Ceramics are wheel thrown by Lisa Russel in Brisbane, Australia. Each piece is individually designed to be simple and effortlessly functional, with a feel that is natural, uncomplicated and friendly.

About her work, Russel says, “As a maker, it’s not just the process of making that brings me joy but the knowledge that my work can become a part of somebody’s home and way of life. I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to connect with people through making, and through the clay itself.” 

  • Item Dimensions
    4"L x 3"W
  • Country Of Origin
    Australia
  • Shipping
    If in stock, ships in 2 business days

Chalk Tumbler

88 USD

About Luna

For 18 years Lisa Russell has been making ceramics.  She created her own company Luna Ceramics, which she operates out of her garage that she has converted into a studio.  Using locally sourced Australian Clay, each of her pieces is designed to be simple, functional, and elegant. The textured glazes are hand mixed and applied, yielding pieces that feel natural and friendly.  “I believe that good food and drink can taste even better when consumed from an item made by hand with care and love,” she says.  “As a maker, it’s not just the process of making that brings me joy but the knowledge that my work can become a part of somebody’s home and way of life. I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to connect with people through making, and through the clay itself.”