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Emma Ball Agapanthus Mug

Emma Ball Agapanthus Mug

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Encased in an elegant presentation box, this fine bone china mug is an excellent choice for gifting or savoring as a special personal indulgence. This design is from Caroline Cleave's Florals Collection.

  • Dishwasher & Microwave Safe
  • Capacity of 350ml
  • Height 8.5 cm
  • Diameter 9 cm
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Established over two decades ago, Emma embarked on her creative journey with a simple desire to paint beautiful pictures. In fact, if you were to count the years she spent painting, designing, and meticulously hand-cutting stencils for adorning plant pots, you'd discover that her artistic odyssey stretches far beyond those "many moons." It was a trip to Venice that rekindled her passion for watercolor illustration, reminiscent of her days as a graphic design student.

The year 2001 marked the inception of her venture, with early appearances at craft shows, where she and her dad showcased their hand-painted pots. Soon, they expanded to take a trade stand at the Autumn Fair, igniting Emma's entrepreneurial spirit. What began as a collection of wild ideas and humble plant pots evolved into something extraordinary.

Today, nestled in a warehouse on the outskirts of Nottingham City Centre, Emma continues to steer the ship with the support of a dedicated team of twelve, including her ever-helpful parents. Their collective efforts have transformed her warehouse into a treasure trove of delightful products, adorned with a touch of nostalgia, as a few old exhibition stands bear witness to the memories of countless trade events—each one unique in its own way. Thankfully, the ugly ones are few and far between now! 😄

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