£13.00 – £21.00
Mosney Mill Jugs.
‘What is nicer than something which cheers you up with every pour?’
Shop Mosney Mill jugs now in 3 designs and each in different sizes!
Bob is the main feature of this mug, set on a white background of a beautiful fine bone chine mug. What i love about this jug is that somehow Emma, the artist, manages to bring detail and simplicity all into one, with the attention on the robin character but also the dainty snowflakes on the brim. Emma never fails to deliver with her fantastic designs!
A newer design from Emma, this simple grey bee design comes in 3 (including one NEW) sizes. The beautiful Bee design is set on a calming background making it perfect for day to day use, decoration and special occasions.
The beautiful bee and flower design set on a white background in various sizes
The jugs aren’t only a delight to your eyes but are a lovely shape to hold, adorned with the above selection of charming designs drawn by their wonderful artist
– to read more about Emma click HERE
7.5cm (H) x 8cm (L) x 5.5cm (W)
Capacity – 140ml
10.5cm x 10cm x 7.5cm
13.cm x 12cm x 10cm
(Auds’ tip : To give the Jugs some TLC,
take some time to care and wash it in some warm soapy water
to be sure to keep the finish extra safe and perfect)
See how Auds styles Mosney Mill’s ‘Bob’ in her own home…View this post on Instagram
Since it was ‘National Chocolate Cake Day’ yesterday i thought it was only fitting to share my famous chocolate cake recipe with everyone! Obviously i had to bake a cake myself (just for the occasion🙊) whilst sporting @mosneymill Robin range! Check out our newest blog on the Valley Living website to find the Best chocolate cake recipe there is!😋🍰🎂 https://www.valleyliving.co.uk/blog/the-best-chocolate-cake-recipe/ #chocolatecakeday #recipe #chocolate #cakelover #sweettreats #valleyliving #ribblevalleylife #baking #cakegoals #mosneymill #robin #2019
I first met Emma at Harrogate Trade Fair in 2016, and when we started chatting we quickly discovered that my shop and Emma’s workshop are only about ten miles away from each other – Emma lives and works at Mosney Mill, which she and her family renovated themselves. As they did so, they uncovered its rich history as a textile printing mill in the late 1700’s.