ceramic raven mug

My Favorite Raven Art Mugs

I love raven art mugs! Ravens are such mischievous, interesting creatures! Some people love them, some people hate them. I love them! I don’t have any raven mugs for sale yet but maybe one day I will. But you can find raven art prints in my Etsy Shop.

A number of years ago, one of my art collectors, sent me this gorgeous mug by Natalie Warrens, a Portland, Oregon artist. I love the black with the blue background and the red spirals. It’s very dreamy!

Natalie Warrens Raven Art Mug

It’s funny how one tends to pick certain mugs to drink from and I love having favorite mugs to choose from depending on how I’m feeling.

I thought you might like to see some other cool raven mugs that I found online. I know some of these might seem expensive but you can’t put a price on art and how much joy it brings you every time you see or use it! Plus they are handmade!

I will note, some of these mugs are no longer available for sale but perhaps the artist will do a custom order for you if you find one you love.

This one is from The Clay Bungalow on Etsy. I love how the raven is bowing to pick up the cherry. The spots of red and yellow leaves with the black is striking. The way the leaf and berries wrap into the inside is cool too.

The Clay Bungalow Raven Mug

Gaean Allusions Studio has made this ceramic raven mug below which has a very whimsical quality. And you know I love whimsical!

Kick The Moon Studio has made this black and white one. I like the raw quality of it. I also like the little button on the handle to put your thumb!

You can find lots of cool mugs at Crazy Cat Lady Ceramics on Etsy. This one is great with the icons and the raven. I love a magical looking cup! And I like the sepia tone on this one with the white background. It’s unique.

Chris Hudson and Shelly Hail are the artists at Crazy Cat Lady Ceramics and they write, “The raven is a symbol of eternal life and the link between heaven and earth. The other talismans like the hamsa and the hexagram all represent good luck and protection. With every sip, the user is calling in the good and keeping out the bad. It’s a good luck magic cup!”

The Pagan Slip has these handmade and slab built raven mugs available. I like the colors and the position of the crow that looks like it is dancing.

Wild Crow Farm Pottery (don’t you love the names of these pottery studios) has this whimsical raven butterfly mug. So cute!

whimsical butterfly wing raven mug

This little crow is comical and sweet on this mug. It’s by Burnt Thistle Ceramics.

This one is gorgeous! I love the wings spread on this raven by Retro Ramics. Charlene and Amy are the ceramic artists who make these beautiful illustrations on their mugs. As they say, “It is a hand-crafted one-of-a-kind artwork (small imperfections are implicit in the process). Each mug is unique.”

Hope you enjoyed looking at the raven mug images.
Do you have a favorite ceramic artist? Let me know in the comments below.

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