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Nothing lifts the spirits more than a good catch up with friends and family over a cup of tea or coffee and this set of six 1815 BOLD Mugs brings lively color to the conversation. Taking inspiration from John Doulton's original, hand-crafted ceramics created in his first pottery in 1815, these mugs have an authentic artisan style shape in white porcelain, finished with either half-dipped glaze or brushstroke pattern in three vivid colors, aqua, coral and lilac. Each is printed with 1815 for authenticity and the set of six is presented in a sleek white 1815 BOLD box for coffee and tea lovers everywhere who like to embrace color, bring people together and create their own unique style at home.
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About The 1815 by Royal Doulton Collection
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