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Winnie The Pooh Tea Cup & Saucer

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Winnie The Pooh Tea Cup & Saucer, 210 ml (7 fl oz)


  • Make any tea time enchanting, with this colourful designed Winnie The Pooh tea cup and saucer.
  • Featuring the original illustrations by English illustrator E. H. Shepard from the children's book "Winnie-the-Pooh" written by author A. A. Milne
  • The tea cup and saucer is adorned with some of the most beloved drawing of Winnie the pooh all beautifully coloured to bring the magical tale to life.
  • The enchantment continues with a beautifully magnetically sealed “Open Here” Gift box, featuring the exact illustrations from the book.  A must have piece for Winnie The Pooh Fans.
  • Made from the best Fine Bone china (Vegan friendly), capacity 210ml (7fl0z). Hand wash only.
  • Tea cup Measurements  - Height - 6cm 
                                         Diameter - 10.5cm
  • Saucer Measurements   - Diameter - 15cm


Winnie the Pooh Tea Cup & Saucer

Immerse yourselves in the enchanting woods with this delightful cup and saucer set.

Tea time will never be the same again with this Winne-the-Pooh and saucer set made from faux bone china, for that hint of sophistication, strength and beauty.

The tea cup and saucer depict original illustrations by E. H. Shepard , from the beloved books written by A. A. Milne, carefully arranged to form a magical piece that is equal to the surreal world of wonderland.

A splash of colour adds a vibrant and playful touch to an already enchanting design, paired with the iconic quote “ You're Braver than you believe and stronger and smart than you think”



An enchanting gift for Winnie-the-Pooh Fans

The world of wonderland continues with a matching gift box to display and keep safe the cup & saucer. The box is magnetically sealed with an “open here” sign to reveal hidden artwork from the original Winnie-the-Pooh book. Making it the ideal present for anyone who want to take a tea break into the Hundred Acre Wood.