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Easter Sunday, March 31st, 2024

Hand Crafted Heritage Orchard Cascade Mug

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SKU:
99020
$33.00
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$33.00

Description

Pottery From Afar! A stylish mug that can be easily mixed and matched with your current tableware collection, this cascade design exhibits a timeless exterior. Serve up a milky coffee or speciality tea in this cultivated Coffee Mug, or use it to serve up your lunchtime soup. A stunning blue/green glaze.

A floral revival with distinctively Denby details, from the scrolled mug handles to the golden breaks on the plate rims. Unearthing another nostalgic print that has shaped Denby's heritage, Gypsy from the 70s collection has been given a fresh new look. Inspired by Derbyshire's rolling hills and delightful dales, the Orchard range celebrates a natural way of life. Tones of apple green and oatmeal make it a pretty, rustic and artisan choice.

 

  • Capacity 13 ounces
  • Made in England-Pottery From Afar
  • This is a handcrafted piece of art pottery. Finished items will have variations in color and texture.
  • Color may vary slightly from image due to variations in monitors. Glazes may vary slightly from photo since each piece is handcrafted and unique.

 

Warranty Information

All of our functional pottery is microwave, oven and dishwasher safe. All glazes are lead free and safe for food. Do not place them on direct heat and avoid extreme temperature changes (start in a cold oven). Pottery should never be placed under a broiler, over direct flame or on the stovetop. Let pottery preheat with the oven. You can take the chill off by filling with hot tap water before putting in a preheated oven or adding very hot liquids or food. If taking pottery directly from the refrigerator let it warm up a little before placing in a hot oven or heating in the microwave. Setting a hot dish on cold tile or countertop is another source of thermal shock. Use a potholder, cork or wooden trivet. Pottery is dishwasher safe and many find it safer washing by machine than by slippery hands. However for longest life, many potters recommend hand washing to avoid chipping.