Emma Bridgewater Halloween Mugs mark our annual celebration of Pumpkin carving, Fancy Dress, Trick or Treating and Gatherings.
We celebrate Halloween on the 31st of October every year. So make sure you get your Halloween Mug in time for the spooky season. This year there are several Mugs to choose from.
The Polka Halloween Mug uses the same colours and style as the famous Polka Dot design but with pumpkins instead of dots on both the exterior and interior of the mug. The pumpkins are coloured red, blue, yellow, and two shades of green. The Polka is a classic and much-loved design.
The Halloween Pumpkins Mug features orange, yellow and blue pumpkins with blue bats, snails and bugs.
Pumpkin carving is widespread across the UK and originated in Ireland, where parents would give their children treats to carve scary faces into pumpkins which were then put on doorsteps to scare away evil spirits, one of which was known as ‘Stingy Jack’. So that’s where the name Jack O’ Lantern came from.
Why not have some ‘Extra Strength Magic Potion‘ while carving your Pumpkins? It’s wicked. Drink at your own risk. This mug is written in spooky orange writing and includes blue stars.
If you would like a large mug of cocoa this Halloween, drink it from the ‘Large Dose Of Good Magic’ mug, which has a larger 430ml capacity and more than enough room for some marshmallows on top! The mug includes the spell “Eye of frog and toe of newt”. It’s “magic, magic magic”.
Witches prefer a smaller dose the ‘Witches Brew’ mug has a smaller 175ml capacity, the ideal size for various smaller yet stronger coffees to keep you awake through the long Halloween celebrations.
Halloween Biscuits are a must. This mug is decorated with ‘Custard Screams’ ‘Gingerbread Skeletons’, ‘Spooky Iced Rings’, and ‘Spider Dodgers’
Halloween wouldn’t be Halloween without the Black Cat. The ‘All Hallows Eve’ mug features a Black cat amongst carved Pumpkins lined up on a wall.
Halloween Mugs have a capacity of 300ml and are made from English Earthenware.