Price and Kensington Champion Fisherman Fine China Mug
The new Price and Kensington Champion Fisherman Fine China Mug features vibrant and fun sporting illustrations. The delicately hand painted mug playfully features a fisherman. The perfect gift for any fishing lover to enjoy their afternoon tea in style. The mugs are dishwasher and microwave safe and perfect for all ages.
The new mug collection from Price and Kensington adds touch of country fun to your kitchen. With a fine china body and delicately hand painted designs. The mugs are perfect for enjoying your favourite hot beverages. Made from porcelain, the beautiful mugs will bring a lovely sense of fun to your drink ware collection.
Price and Kensington are best known for their vast collection of beautiful teapots and dinnerware accessories. Over the years, they have designed and produced a great number of novelty teapots, plates, bowls and mugs made from high quality materials, that look fantastic. Popular in tea rooms and restaurants throughout the UK and further afield. Price and Kensington teapots are available in many different sizes and colours, to suit any occasion.
Their latest dinnerware accessories is a fantastic addition to the back to front collection, come at a time when the tea drinking and fine dining cultre is growing in popularity by the day. Rather than simply throwing a teabag in a cup of hot water, tea drinking is now an experience to be enjoyed with friends and family.
Price and kensington- The Brand
Founded in 1896 when the infamous Price Brothers founded their earthenware manufacturing company in Crown Works, Burslem. Specialising in table top accessories and teapots. The brothers quickly became renowned for their distinctive designs. Through their hard work and dedication the Price Brothers brand saw rapid success and in 1934. They then moved to the Top Bridge Works in Longport, where they became known as Price Bros Ltd.
During their time at the Top Bridge Works the brothers developed a strong working bond with Kensington Potteries. Who specialised in novelty teapots. This bond grew so strong that two companies eventually merged in 1962 to become known as Price and Kensington. Rich in heritage and passionate about tabletop accessories and teapots, the Price & Kensington brand continues to flourish under family ownership.They are now part of The Rayware Group. Whilst teapots remain the heart of the product range, they also offer a number of tabletop collections including co-ordinating storage and dinnerware to accommodate all tastes and styles.