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The Annual Mud Seconds Sale Is On In Sydney This Weekend!

14th May, 2021

Shop almost-perfect porcelain Mud pieces with discounts starting from 40% off.

Sydney-siders get ready – the annual Mud seconds sale is happening this weekend!

From their new Marrickville address Mud will be selling seconds of their iconic Australian-made tableware, kitchenware, lighting, candles, planters (+ more) at a massive 40% off the retail price.

For the first time, Mud will also be offering a selection of Mud porcelain beautifully mended by artist Chizuru Kimiyama Vyvyan using the Kintsugi method – a traditional Japanese art of mending cracks with lacquers dusted with gold.

Pieces will be sold on a first-come, first serve basis (no appointments this year) – so expect to queue. But not to worry, the crew from Single O and Two Chaps will be there slinging coffees, pastries and sandwiches. Vibe!

The Mud seconds sale is notorious for amazing discounts on pieces that are in pretty great nick – and it’s the only time of year you’ll find Mud on sale anywhere. Don’t miss it (and BYO boxes + bags)!

Mud Seconds Sale
Saturday, May 15th – 9am – 4pm
Sunday, May 16th – 10am – 3pm
Mud Studio
3
6-44 Farr Street
Marrickville, Sydney

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