Enamel Mug with Rattan Handle
Enamel, which is steel coated with glass material, is strong, light, heat-resistant, and easy to clean. This material is an alternative to plastic cups. With these enamel mugs, you will not have to use disposable cups when yoIf you take it camping or traveling.
We have 2 designs available in red and white. These were carefully handcrafted by Jason Domiling, an indigenous master basket weaver who resides here in Baguio City. He recently won the first prize in the basket category of the Craft Competition of the 2020 Ibagiw Art Festival in Baguio City, Philippines.
The Enamel Mug is not microwave-safe.
Wash with regular dishwashing detergent and a sponge. Do not use steel scrubbers or polish since this can cause damage to the surface of the enamel and cause it to crack or peel.
Jason Domling was born in a village near Sagada, Mountain Province, one of the last biodiversity hotspots in the Northern Philippines. He was raised in Baguio City. The artist is a cultural worker and a skillful rattan weaver who expands this traditional practice in large-scale sculptures and installations. He transforms the indigenous backpack known as pasiking in contemporary ways. He was part of the AX(i)S Group (led by 13-artist awardees Kawayan De Guia) exhibited at the Singapore Biennale 2013. He was a participant at the 2009 Triennial at the Nigata Prefecture, Japan; the 2009 International Gong Festival in Central Vietnam; and the 2006 Casa Asia in Barcelona, Spain. 2017 He created a large pasiking for the entrance of the Museo Kordilyera in the University of the Philippines Baguio campus.
He won the first prize in the basket category of the Craft Competition of the 2020 Ibagiw Art Festival in Baguio City, Philippines.