Julius Caesar Ibbetson's Three Long-horned Cattle at Kenwood (1797) evokes the rural romance of this great London mansion. The painting reproduced on this mug is from the Iveagh Bequest the collection Edward Cecil Guinness gave to the nation along with the house in 1928. In the background are the dairy buildings used by the second Lady Mansfield to share the then fashionable country idyll with her aristocratic friends. Recently restored it retains many of its Georgian features today.A lovely memento of a special place the mug is beautifully hand-decorated in the Staffordshire Potteries.Key Features:Hand-decorated in EnglandFine bone chinaExclusive to English HeritageMicrowave and dishwasher safe
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"Celebrate British architect Robert Adam's neo-classical transformation of Kenwood House with this commemorative mug. It is decorated with an image of the South Front of the house just one of the impressive additions..."