Rame Head Mug Fine Bone China

6 reviews

£15.00 GBP

Rame Head Mug, Bone China from The Rame Head Collection

Perfect for that afternoon cup of tea, this beautiful, fine bone china mug, features a unique and striking design inspired by the landscape of Cornwall.

Available in four colours:-

  • Orange
  • Dark Grey
  • Green
  • Blue

This lovely Rame Head mug is the perfect gift for tea drinkers and biscuit dunkers!

100% Bone China

The Rame Head mug measures 9cm diameter x 9cm height.

It is dishwasher safe or just as happy to be washed in the sink!

Hand printed and decorated in the UK.

This design is inspired by the beautiful Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall, in particular Rame Head. This prominent headland, with it's ancient chapel, is often the last piece of land sailors see as they leave England, and the first they see when returning home. Take a look at our story about The Rame Head Collection - Walking The Rame Peninsula.

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Colin F.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
great service

As usual, pleasant service and delightful products

Cheng E.
They are beautiful

I bought eight of these mugs. They are beautiful. The bone china is really fine and my tea taste so good in them. I would have preferred it to be just a fraction smaller in diameter but that's just a personal preference.

Much admired

I’d just let you know - mugs are lovely, and much admired, and I was delighted by the way they were packed on sending through the post.

Helen W.
So pleased

We were given two of these mugs as a present. Now I have broken one and tea just isn't the same without it! I'm so pleased you're still making them, so I can replace it.

Allison P.

We bought a mug in each colour from the Old Bakery in Kingsand-Cawsand yesterday. They are lovely and such a great size for a proper cup of tea or coffee! Thanks Helen!