Mummy Bear Fine English China Mug
Luxurious, finest English china mug featuring an intricate Biro drawing Mummy Bear and Baby Bear by Jane Lee McCracken. Designed as a piece of art in functional form with a "little surprise!" inside, revealed as the user drinks from the mug. A unique conversation piece that will last a lifetime and perfect as a gift for someone special or as an opulent treat.
Made of the highest quality china with an elegant handle, this design tells a tale of the Russian brown bear and is one of a set of seven exquisite mugs.
- Fine English Bone China Mug
- Height 9.5 x Diameter 8.5 cm
- Design and art by Jane Lee McCracken
- Made in Stoke-on-Trent, England by The New English
- Hand decorated
- Dishwasher safe
- 5% of profits go directly to the Orphan Bear Rescue Center
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A Russian brown bear walks across the surface of the mug with a rich tapestry of symbolism woven through his fur, including an interpretation of artist Anselm Kiefer’s attic. An old soviet WWII poster of a child clinging to his mother was used as inspiration to illustrate the harsh Russian winters faced by female bears and their cubs, a time when hibernating Brown bears are most at risk from mankind.
This stunning mug also features a smaller image of the bear on the back, creating a sense of movement as if the bear has walked through the mug handle. Inside the mug is a larger portrait of Mummy Bear and Baby Bear. Mummy bear stares plaintively into the mug user's eyes as they drink from the mug!
All brown bear products see 5% of profits go directly to the Orphan Bear Rescue Center, Russia
ORPHAN BEAR RESCUE CENTRE
The Orphan Bear Rescue Centre is located in Bubonitsy village of Tver Region, 450 km northwest of Moscow. The Centre rescues, rehabilitates, raises, and prepares orphaned brown bear cubs for independent survival in the wild. Specialists of the Center release rehabilitated cubs into the wild and carry out post-release monitoring to check if the cubs adapt well to their natural habitats.
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