Handmade in France, this colorful mug depicts Monet's house and floral garden in Giverny—each inspiring many of his paintings. This mug is an example of casual elegance and turns tea or coffee time into an anticipated daily ritual.
Product Info: Gien Faïencerie has made the finest faïence (earthenware hand-decorated with opaque-colored glazes) for over 200 years and controls the entire process, including making the clay, plaster molds, and glazes. Gien Faïence has a casual-chic style and draws inspiration from classic pieces that are elegant and timeless.
Mug Dimensions & Care: Diameter = 2¾''/Height = 3¾''/Capacity = 8.5 oz | Dishwasher-safe, but do not use high heat or sanitizer setting. NOTE: Mug is microwave-safe for reheating only, and we recommend using an oven mitt when removing the mug from the microwave. Not oven-safe.
Fun Fact: From 1883 to 1926, Claude Monet lived in his house in Giverny. His flower and water gardens were inspirations for his colorful impressionistic paintings.