Kingston Lacy Mug
Alongside Corfe Castle, Kingston Lacy was also the home of the Bankes family for 300 years after Corfe Castle was destroyed in the English Civil War. The house was originally built in the 17th century, and was radically altered in the 19th century by Sir Charles Barry, who also designed the Houses of Parliament and Cliveden- another National Trust property. In 1981, Henry John Ralph Bankes bequeathed the Kingston Lacy Estate (including 12 working farms and Corfe Castle) to the National Trust, its largest bequest to date.
This is a fine bone china mug and is part of the National Trust collection.
- Fine bone china
- Hand made using traditional methods in Stoke-on-Trent, England
- Height 95 mm (3.75") high. Capacity of 290 ml (9.4 fl.oz)
- Dishwasher safe
- Microwave safe
- Comes with optional gift box