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Christmas Robin Hot Chocolate Mug

£14.00 £11.95

Product Description:

Perfectly formed for wrapping your hands around to warm them up, is our Christmas hot chocolate mug.  Delightfully decorated with a robin, the nation’s favourite garden bird, sprinkled with a little Mossycup Wood magic and a touch of whimsy to make you smile.

Product Details:

  • Fine bone china made in England, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
  • Height  12cm
  • Volume  400ml
  • Diameter  8.5cm  excl. Handle

Care Instructions:

And just as the tiny Pogglewitt folk of Mossycup Wood sole purpose is to have as much fun as they can, it’s our mission you do too.  All our English fine bone china is dishwasher proof and microwave safe, giving you the freedom to do a little jig if it makes you happy to do so?

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What You Had to Say...

Beautiful, original designs. Just a really lovely idea by a clever lady.

Marina Hilling

I have just placed an order for your lovely items, after buying the snowdrop design at the CL Fair. Really beautiful and lovely to use!

Julia

holly

Beautiful, original designs. Just a really lovely idea by a clever lady.

Marina Hilling

holly

I have just placed an order for your lovely items, after buying the snowdrop design at the CL Fair. Really beautiful and lovely to use!

Julia

I’m so excited having found such an unusual collection and story book to match , I read the book myself once I got home although it’s for my daughters birthday.

Anita Townsend

I really, really loved your work, the ceramics are so clean and clear, and so imaginative. Your designs work so well as ceramics and cards, wonderful combination. The Pogglewitt are a great inspiration, such amazing imagination.

Julie

holly

I’m so excited having found such an unusual collection and story book to match , I read the book myself once I got home although it’s for my daughters birthday.

Anita Townsend

holly

I really, really loved your work, the ceramics are so clean and clear, and so imaginative. Your designs work so well as ceramics and cards, wonderful combination. The Pogglewitt are a great inspiration, such amazing imagination.

Julie

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The Story Of Mossy Cup Wood

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Deep in the heart of Mossycup Wood lies Poggle Hollow, a place not many people know about and those who do keep it very hush hush. Living in this very secret and slightly magical place are the Pogglewitt, a friendly fun-loving, tiny woodland folk who grow their nests on the highest branches of the oldest trees.

Waking with the early morning light and the twittering birds the tiny Pogglewitt cheerily snoot their greeting to one another and set about having as much fun as possible. Pastimes such as cloud-watching or collecting butterfly dust or singing to the minnows are very important and highly regarded by each Pogglewitt.

But most importantly of all, is the daily celebration of being Pogglewitt. When shadows begin to stretch and the sun drops in the sky the tiny Pogglewitt gather together in Poggle Hall, the oldest and wisest oak tree in Mossycup Wood. As you can imagine celebrations carry on late into the evening. Storytelling, singing and dancing a jig to the tune of a snizzle are essential ingredients to the merriment and is not to be taken lightly.

As the long lazy days of summer draw to close the ground stretches the shadows even further and a flurry and a bustle takes place in Poggle Hollow. Autumn is a hive of doings and goings-on for the tiny Pogglewitt because although they slumber and snooze their way through the cold dark months of winter they need to make sure their winter larder is well stocked with tiny treats. It’s always comforting to know you can have a little nibble on a tasty something should you need it.

Eventually waves of sleepiness drift over Poggle Hollow, heavy-eyed Pogglewitt snuggle down for their long winter sleep, waking only occasionally on bright frosty days as the sun warms their chilly toes. Snooting their greeting they brave the cold, and of course the icy dewdrop on the end of their snozzle, to meet and greet their chums. This happens for the all-important midwinter jamboree of Pogmanay and the big annual Sniffing the Snowdrop Event, which can be a little tricky with a dangling icicle on one’s snozzle. (but these stories are for another day)

With the passing of time buds begin to swell on the trees, flowers carpet the forest floor and winter fades with the Pogglewitt dreams in the warm spring air. The tiny folk of Mossycup Wood awaken from their lengthy slumber to the glorious cacophony of the dawn chorus.

Come and join the merriment and magic of Mossycup Wood, it’s a very secret place you’ll never want to leave.

The Story Of Mossy Cup Wood

Deep in the heart of Mossycup Wood lies Poggle Hollow, a place not many people know about and those who do keep it very hush hush. Living in this very secret and slightly magical place are the Pogglewitt, a friendly fun-loving, tiny woodland folk who grow their nests on the highest branches of the oldest trees.

Waking with the early morning light and the twittering birds the tiny Pogglewitt cheerily snoot their greeting to one another and set about having as much fun as possible. Pastimes such as cloud-watching or collecting butterfly dust or singing to the minnows are very important and highly regarded by each Pogglewitt.

But most importantly of all, is the daily celebration of being Pogglewitt. When shadows begin to stretch and the sun drops in the sky the tiny Pogglewitt gather together in Poggle Hall, the oldest and wisest oak tree in Mossycup Wood. As you can imagine celebrations carry on late into the evening. Storytelling, singing and dancing a jig to the tune of a snizzle are essential ingredients to the merriment and is not to be taken lightly.

As the long lazy days of summer draw to close the ground stretches the shadows even further and a flurry and a bustle takes place in Poggle Hollow. Autumn is a hive of doings and goings-on for the tiny Pogglewitt because although they slumber and snooze their way through the cold dark months of winter they need to make sure their winter larder is well stocked with tiny treats. It’s always comforting to know you can have a little nibble on a tasty something should you need it.

Eventually waves of sleepiness drift over Poggle Hollow, heavy-eyed Pogglewitt snuggle down for their long winter sleep, waking only occasionally on bright frosty days as the sun warms their chilly toes. Snooting their greeting they brave the cold, and of course the icy dewdrop on the end of their snozzle, to meet and greet their chums. This happens for the all-important midwinter jamboree of Pogmanay and the big annual Sniffing the Snowdrop Event, which can be a little tricky with a dangling icicle on one’s snozzle. (but these stories are for another day)

With the passing of time buds begin to swell on the trees, flowers carpet the forest floor and winter fades with the Pogglewitt dreams in the warm spring air. The tiny folk of Mossycup Wood awaken from their lengthy slumber to the glorious cacophony of the dawn chorus.

Come and join the merriment and magic of Mossycup Wood, it’s a very secret place you’ll never want to leave.

Mossycup Wood is brought to you by Storyteller and Artist Emma Dunne. Emma lives in Kent with her husband Geoff and their very naughty dog, Montgomerie

Emma enjoys spending her days creating her beautiful paintings, running the business & playing with her Mossycup Wood chums.

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