The Poet Mug
The Poet pays homage to the romantic yet heart-breaking story of Dara Maar, one of the many muses and lovers of Picasso. Widely recognised as his most famous muse, Dora and Picasso indulged in a turbulent relationship coloured by art, passion, tumult & tension. Picasso eventually left Dora for artist Françoise Gilot, it is sadly said that Dora later died from ‘a broken heart and boredom’.
The Poet design is a part of the Moody Muse Collection by LDC. Embracing a stylish emoji twist, the series was created to capture the enigmatic personas of famous Muses throughout art history; elusive & provocative women who have inspired and motivated the creative process (with just a pinch of character & wit!)
Lauren hopes that through this collection she has created, others too will be able to express their own attitude and spirit.
You may think this is just a mug, however you would be much mistaken... This lovingly crafted piece has been handmade by some of the finest artisans in England. Many of whom have been shaping Fine Bone China for over 50 years. Lauren takes immense pleasure in working with these talented craftsmen to produce wares held to the highest standards of craftsmanship & imagination.
This stylish design can be mixed & matched with other LDC pieces to create a truly whimsical dining setting. The gorgeous mug also comes accompanied with a striking gift box, making it the perfect gift for friends and family alike.
Fine Bone China gilded with 22 Carat gold
8.3cm high x 7.3cm diameter
Made, Mused & Marvelled in England
Due to the exquisite gold rim featured on this piece, it is not suitable for dishwasher use. For more information on how to love & care for your china, please read our Product Care Page.
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