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JANE LEE MCCRACKENShh It's A Tiger Bang Fine English Bone China Mug

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One of a set of seven finest English bone china mugs featuring Jane's original Biro drawings from her series 'In Homage to the Last Great Carnivores of Eurasia'. Hand decorated and made in Stoke-on-Trent to the highest standard by prestigious ceramic designers and manufacturers The New English, each mug has been specifically designed by Jane as a small piece of art in functional form, incorporating symbolism and a "little surprise inside." Featuring an elegant handle, these contemporary yet timeless designs create unique conversation pieces as well as a beautiful gift for someone special. Dedicated to the majestic Siberian tiger of Ussuriland this Russian fantasy was inspired by images of Bengal tigers bathing in forest pools, overlooked by the ruined palaces of Ranthambore. Amba, the Udege name for Siberian tiger meaning Guardian of the Forest, is depicted sweeping through the pine trees and layered over an antique dacha birdcage. A Red Army cavalry breaking out of the forest heralds the historical circumstances that contributed to this tiger species' decline. This beautiful mug features a wrapped mirror image of 'Shh, it's a Tiger!' drawing, creating an abstract tangle of patterns in the center of the design, giving a magical impression of the tiger's dense forest habitat. The interior depicts the walking tiger from original Biro drawing 'Bang!' who looks directly into the eyes of the mug user as they drink. On the handle is a small image of a ghostly tiger and Udege woman walking side by side. This creates an optical illusion when the mug is viewed from a distance as the couple appears to be walking out of the forest. Design and original Biro drawing by Jane Lee McCracken Made in Stoke-on-Trent, England by The New English Hand decorated Dishwasher safe
Price last checked on Saturday, 12th June, 2021
One of a set of seven finest English bone china mugs featuring Jane's original Biro drawings from her series 'In Homage to the Last Great Carnivores of Eurasia'. Hand decorated and made in Stoke-on-Trent to the highest standard by prestigious ceramic designers and manufacturers The New English, each mug has been specifically designed by Jane as a small piece of art in functional form, incorporating symbolism and a "little surprise inside." Featuring an elegant handle, these contemporary yet timeless designs create unique conversation pieces as well as a beautiful gift for someone special. Dedicated to the majestic Siberian tiger of Ussuriland this Russian fantasy was inspired by images of Bengal tigers bathing in forest pools, overlooked by the ruined palaces of Ranthambore. Amba, the Udege name for Siberian tiger meaning Guardian of the Forest, is depicted sweeping through the pine trees and layered over an antique dacha birdcage. A Red Army cavalry breaking out of the forest heralds the historical circumstances that contributed to this tiger species' decline. This beautiful mug features a wrapped mirror image of 'Shh, it's a Tiger!' drawing, creating an abstract tangle of patterns in the center of the design, giving a magical impression of the tiger's dense forest habitat. The interior depicts the walking tiger from original Biro drawing 'Bang!' who looks directly into the eyes of the mug user as they drink. On the handle is a small image of a ghostly tiger and Udege woman walking side by side. This creates an optical illusion when the mug is viewed from a distance as the couple appears to be walking out of the forest. Design and original Biro drawing by Jane Lee McCracken Made in Stoke-on-Trent, England by The New English Hand decorated Dishwasher safe buy from Wolf & Badger