Emojugs

by Causey's Crockery

Handcrafted ceramic face jugs for holding your favorite beverage.

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Product Choices

$45

EmoJug - Bullock

Holds roughly one pint of liquid - hot or cold. Recommended hand-wash only.


$45

EmoJug - Otto

Holds roughly one pint of liquid - hot or cold. Recommended hand-wash only.


$45

EmoJug - Burlon

Holds roughly one pint of liquid - hot or cold. Recommended hand-wash only.

Details

Emojugs: Emotional Crockery!

Artist, designer and manufacturer Matthew Causey’s approach to a smaller, more portable beverage container. Somewhere between a bottle a jug and a jar, Emojugs can contain and carry up to 1 Pint of the liquid of your choosing, hot, cold or just plain old room temperature. With a durable flip top lid, Emojugs are perfect for adding just a touch of personality to what can be a mundane and simply dull task of transporting liquids.

Meet Burlon, Yorick, Otto & Bullock (B.Y.O.B.) and let them help bring your own beverage.

Examples of things we have put in our Emojugs:

Shine, Wine, Whiskey, Cider, Beer, Hot Sake, Basement Brandy, delicious Adult Beverages our neighbor makes, Cold Brew Coffee, Kombucha, Hot Tang, Russian Tea, Lemon Infused Simple Syrup, Home-Made Grenadine, Olive Oil, (anything from the bulk liquids section of your local market or food co-op), Salad Dressing for a picnic, Eastern Carolina BBQ Sauce, Home-Made Hot Sauce. The options are endless. Emojugs are dishwasher safe.

Where did they come from?

The tradition of the American Face Jug is nearly as old as the country itself. The longstanding history of the jugs is especially rich in the earliest southern states like North and South America, and Georgia. Matt has created this collection of hand-crafted, custom face jug crockery that melds the old traditions with the age of the emoji.

Get to know the Emojugs as the explore the city and beyond on Instagram.


Credits

Causey's Crockery

Cartoons, comics, and pop-culture have dominated my understanding of this wacky world we inhabit.


Ruth Pierich

Music Composer

John-Fletcher Halyburton

Graphic Designer

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