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Doors of Durin™ Indigo Mug

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Featuring the classic Doors of Durin motif, this blue and white mug is an instant classic. Perfect for your morning coffee, or afternoon cuppa!

The Doors of Durin are shown in a brilliant blue against a white backdrop, intended to represent the magical moment when the Sindarin word for ‘Friend’ (Mellon) is spoken by Gandalf and the gateway is opened to the travellers of the Fellowship, after generations lying closed to the world.

This item is part of the Middle-earth Collection, inspired by The Lord of the Rings™.

Durin, Middle-earth, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and the characters, items, events and places therein are trademarks of The Saul Zaentz Company d/b/a Middle-earth Enterprises (SZC) and are used under license by Oscha Slings. All rights reserved.

100% Bone China, Dishwasher and Microwave safe.

  • Original hand-drawn designs

  • Made in the British Isles
  • Dishwasher and Microwave safe

Balmoral Style:
89mm High
84mm Diameter
350ml/12oz Volume

We have teamed up with a Great British Pottery, who have been creating classically designed tableware since 1888, supplying Royal families with their wares.

Entirely produced in the British Isles by generations of skilled families, these china mugs feature classic Oscha patterns for you to enjoy every time you want a cuppa!

Made from fine bone china in Stoke-on-Trent.

2 reviews for Doors of Durin Indigo Mug

  1. Caterina (verified owner)

    Very pretty indeed. It is a bit smaller than I thought, but great design and quality!

  2. Alison Escobar (verified owner)

    A normal sized and lovely quality mug I really like the Middle earth mugs. I usually use oversize mugs so this, the misty mountains and Rohan mug are for guests… I understand for the DoD design the straight sided mug is ideal however I quite like the shaped cups used for misty mountains etc.

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