The Emma Bridgewater Rabbit Mug’s decorated with brown rabbits, the sort you commonly see in the wild in the UK. While Rabbits are very common over here so much, so they are the most common wild species, you would think they have resided in Britain forever.
Rabbits are, however not native to the UK. The Normans bought the humble Rabbit over nearly one thousand years ago for their meat and fur.
The inside is adorned with the wording “Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit” which incidentally is an English and American superstitious saying, by repeating “Rabbit” three times you ensure good luck for the rest of the month.
Remember this when you drink your Tea from the Rabbit mug, say the words and you to shall have good luck for the rest of the month.
Made from English Earthenware