Hampton Court Palace watercolour bone china mug
Our beautfiul fine bone china mug is decorated with a beautiful illustration of Hampton Court Palace by David Brunwin. Available exclusively from Historic Royal Palaces.
David Brunwin was a gifted watercolour artist. During his life time he exhibited in many prestigious galleries and was an active member of the Wapping Art Group. David’s work is enjoyed by thousands through prints and gifts available through Historic Royal Palaces, keen supporters of British talent.
Hampton Court Palace which was originally built for Cardinal Wolsey was later given as a gift to King Henry VIII after Wolsey fell from favour. Henry VIII later enlarged the palace and it is one of only two remaining palaces that the King owned; the other being St James' Palace.
- Illustration by David Brunwin.
- Dimensions: 9cm x 12cm x 8.5cm/3.5 x 5 x 3.5 inches
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