Origin: Made in Britain (Stoke-on-Trent, England)
Capacity: 550ml (1 pint)
Material: Bone China
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Microwave Safe: Yes
These handmade Plum Bud bone china mugs are specially for those who need an extra large cup of tea or coffee as they have an ability to hold an entire one pint of drink! The mugs have a distinct plum-like shape, which does feel cosy and comforting to hold. As part of our popular range of white bone china with raised 3D patterns, the mugs feature mid-century style motifs, giving it that special touch.
The mugs come in three different designs - bud, flax and cress. Get two of the same pattern or pick two different designs. Simply add a note (under the notes section) at checkout to let us know if you prefer a particular design, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send these to you.
The bone-china mug and other products within this range has been individually handmade using traditional techniques by talented artisans in the Pottery city. Involving at least 20 hand processes and three kiln firings, the mug boasts high-quality and unique workmanship through its intricate pattern.
Gift someone special or bring home a traditional handiwork that's quintessentially made in Britain.
Great gift idea for Christmas, Anniversaries and Birthdays.
Large Plum Mugs - Set of 2
Our artisans, Gillian and Mark’s adventure began in a small design studio in the early 80s in Stoke-on-Trent, UK, taking up commissions of various graphics, illustrations and textile designs. But working in a city, with its rich 400-year-old pottery heritage, soon inspired them to transform their ideas from paper to intricately designed finished bone china products.
Their work may reflect a contemporary design but they use traditional techniques to create every item.
They have been commissioned to work on various projects - designing and manufacturing bone china for many prestigious clients, including major department stores, large galleries and museums and retailers. What’s admirable about them is that they have kept the traditions of the English potteries alive despite the decline of the local industry in Stoke-On-Trent.