Royal Worcester Wrendale Designs Wild Thing Large 14oz Mug Pheasant
This Wrendale Designs mug features a gorgeous illustration of a distinguished pheasant against a pale green background ?ˆ“ it's sure to add some personality to teatime. Made from high-quality fine bone china, this mug looks and feels delicate but is resilient enough for everyday use. Its generous size makes it just right for a well-earned brew in the afternoon, and you can simply pop it in the dishwasher afterwards. It?ˆ™s the perfect gift for countryside-loving friends and family ?ˆ“ especially when paired with matching animal-themed tableware and utensils from the Royal Worcester collection.
- Capacity: 0.4L/14fl oz
- Constructed with high-quality fine bone china
- Features a watercolour pheasant inspired by the Lincolnshire countryside
- Comes packaged in a beautiful gift box
- Suitable for dishwasher and microwave use
Designed in Royal Worcester?ˆ™s studio in Stoke on Trent, UK.
Made by our trusted partner outside the UK to Portmeirion Group?ˆ™s high standards.
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