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.
This oversized mug, named after one of the greatest Glens in Scotland 'Glencoe', is one of our oldest shapes, yet remains one of our most striking. It has a great presence and our informative and educational patterns have remained the most popular designs on this shape. It has a flared top and a strong, comfortable handle so it feels very solid to hold.
Women who Changed the World is a mug celebrating some of the great women throughout history. Including Vera Rubin, Rosalind Franklin and Marie Curie who were fantastic pioneers in their scientific fields, Rosa Parks who initiated the civil rights movement in the USA and the great adventurers such as Amelia Earhart and Sophie Blanchard.
UK and Europe Orders for Christmas - Please send your order in by 8th December to ensure delivery in time! Your mugs need to be manufactured, decorated, fired and selected, which takes around 10 working days.
Orders to the Rest of the World - If received before 8th December we will despatch your order as quickly as possible but due to extended shipping times, we cannot guarantee delivery by Christmas.
We welcome orders after this and will work hard to complete everyone's orders. We finish for our factory holiday on 19th December, returning on 2nd January. All outstanding orders will be dealt with immediately on our return.
After working as design manager at Royal Doulton, Caroline took over her father's business and was able to continue working with Dunoon on mug designs, graphics and packaging projects. She interprets many artists' work from Monet to Van Gogh including the Gustav Klimt inspired mugs, and created the fun, fact filled Informative Glencoe mugs