Help preserve one of Londons great stately homes with English Heritages exclusive Emma Bridgewater Mug.Kenwood House stands magnificently atop Hampstead Heath paying homage to the great architect Robert Adam who re-modelled the house in the 18th century. Bequeathed to the nation in 1927 on the death of its owner Edward Cecil Guinness it houses an internationally important collection of masterpieces including works by Vermeer Constable Rembrandt and Turner. The house and wider estate are free to visit for everybody all year round.Our commemorative mug features a charming illustration of Kenwood House and the Dairy by Emma Bridgewaters husband Matthew. It is made of cream-coloured earthenware in Stoke-on Trent home to pottery manufacturing since the 17th century. Each mug is individually hand-decorated making each one unique. It is a lovely mug to use as well as a great way to remember and preserve this important London landmark.Made in EnglandHand-decoratedDishwasher and microwave safe0.3 litre/half pint capacity9cm high 8.5cm wideThis mug has been made exclusively for English Heritage with 50% of sales going directly towards the Caring for Kenwood project. You can find out more about the project here.
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