Your cart

Your cart is empty

Ready For Your Mug Shot?

Ready For Your Mug Shot?

Are you ready for your mug shot? Because our Big Ass Mug is just killer. Or, as we say in Rhode Island, killah

Handcrafted with the utmost care, and confident enough to hold any liquid or food, it easily handles coffee, soup, spaghetti, or whatever you can dream up to pile in there. And it won’t say no to your ice cream or iced tea either. Hot or cold, this mug is the boss. 

It’s All About The Story

Every year in Wickford, RI there is a really cool art show that takes over a few blocks of the town. We headed over at dusk just as it was getting ready to close. Walking down the street, Rachel spotted the perfect mug out of the corner of her eye. 

She dashed over and said, “I have to have this. It’s exactly what I’ve been wanting!! How much?” 

Mike, the creator, simply said, “It’s yours. This one’s on me.” 

Little did he know we had been wanting to create a mug for Air & Anchor® and you better believe we called him the next day to start talking about creating it. Mike crafts every piece he makes with his own hands in his small ceramic shop in his backyard. His pieces, and his business, couldn’t be more personalized and that’s the kind of company we choose to partner with.

It’s All About The Process

It’s All About The Details

Commanding in stature and designed with its very own thumb press on the handle, you can evenly balance its weight before raising to your lips. 

  • Handmade, from scratch, in the USA
  • Comfortable to hold using our unique thumb press handle
  • Durable & safe: Microwaveable
  • Easy to clean: Dishwasher safe
  • Crafted from white stoneware
  • Available in three dashing color choices: Blue, Green, Grey


When the house is still quiet, and the coffee starts to brew...this time’s for you. As you reach for your favorite cup, you know this day’s going to be a good one.

Previous post
Next post

1 comment

  • Dianne Lowe

    How many ounces does it hold?

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published