Designed by artist, Emma Joustra, this mug celebrates the culture of our Great British towpath canals with beautifully detailed illustrations of colourfully decorated narrowboats in a variety of distinctive shapes and sizes. The boats are surrounded with dainty sketches of the wildlife, objects and people associated with a stroll along the waterway, such as joggers, dog walkers, ducks, herons, dragonflies and decorative watering cans. Perfect for keen narrowboat enthusiasts and fans of walks along the riverside, this mug would make a perfect Christmas, birthday or new home gift.
Her fabulous canal boat print has now been created into a beautiful Mug!
With STONE inside the rim.
Dunoon fine bone china mugs are handcrafted in Staffordshire, England. They are produced to the highest quality using traditional methods which have been developed and refined over 3 family generations in the pottery industry.The elegant simplicity of the Orkney shape becomes the canvas for some of the boldest patterns and brightest designs Dunoon have ever launched. The shape of the mug has been named after a quiet Scottish idyll in the north-eastern coast of Scotland, this time drawing inspiration from the beautiful 5000-year-old sights and pretty preserved village.
Orkney mugs have a capacity of 350ml.
Emma Joustra is an artist from the Potteries, Staffordshire so she is very familiar with the traditions of ceramics. The themes in her work capture everyday moments, including the towns, historical places, iconic people and local culture that make up the world around her. Embracing a mixture of traditional and digital art processes, her fun, colourful and highly detailed works are the perfect match for Dunoon’s elegant mugs.
Hand made from start to finish by Dunoon Ceramics based in Stone this mug is truely keeping it local!