Hannah Langmuir has created a work of art on this Scottish Notebook mug. Her colorful drawings and captions of Scottish flora and fauna will delight you as you enjoy your cup of tea or coffee. This mug has a Highland cow, tortoiseshell butterfly, yellow flag iris, blackface sheep, Atlantic salmon, thistle, puffin, Scottish crossbill, pine marten and a patch of purple heather blossoms. A terrific gift for anyone that loves Scotland, made of bone china in the UK. Holds 11.8 oz. of coffee, tea or whatever you put in your mug and stands 3.5 inches tall and 3.5 inches in diameter. Heirloom quality, made by Dunoon Pottery, known for quality decorated drinking vessels - mug is really not the right word! Bone china is lighter weight and more durable than other ceramics. Please put a spoon in the mug before pouring in boiling water, or rinse the mug with warm water to bring the temperature up before adding your favorite hot beverage.
Dunoon is a thriving family business which began manufacturing the highest quality mugs in 1974 when the company was formed by two former executives of Staffordshire Potteries Ltd, Gordon Smith and Bill Harvey, both of whom were committed to the concept of producing quality ranges of stoneware mugs, filling a gap in the market with user friendly, beautifully designed original mugs.
The first firing of the new kiln was of 72 mugs for displaying at the Highland Trade Fair in Scotland. The gamble paid off as orders started to flow in, skilled operatives were
recruited and production began. Dunoon was soon selling mugs globally to quality retailers worldwide.
In 1982 a new factory in Stone, Staffordshire, the heart of the ceramic industry was opened and under Gordon's management Dunoon developed a policy of working with
numerous designers and artists to constantly update its ranges with new designs and unique mug shapes in both Stoneware and Fine Bone China.
Dunoon uses slip casting to guarantee a fine, lightweight mug; a method still used today. Dunoon is very loyal to its Scottish roots producing ranges dedicated to Scottish themes and customers. The growth in popularity of speciality coffee and teas has led to increasing sales and demand for both finer quality and unusual mug design.
This non-food item is lightweight and can be sent at a lower cost. If you are ordering non-perishable products shipped within the 48 continental United States - you pay a flat rate of $17 for ground shipping up to $150 of merchandise. Delivery will be from 5 to 10 days from the time you place your order. Delivery will be by UPS Ground Delivery or UPS Sure Post depending on the weight and ship-to location. Lightweight orders (under 3 lbs) are eligible for lower Sure Post rates. If your order is eligible you will be charged the lightweight rate of $10 (from 1 to 3 lbs.)
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