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Moomin Winter mug 2019 Crown snow-load

By Arabia

£21.00

  • Description

    Moomin winter season mug 2019, Crown Snow-Load, features Moomintroll from the story Moominland Midwinter. The illustration is of Moomintroll who has woken up in the middle of his hibernation. The rest of the family are still sound asleep, but Moomintroll bravely ventures out into the magical, miraculous winter. He marvels at the snow-covered Moominvalley and the fir tree bowed under a heavy layer of rime ice.
    Limted edition!

  • Technical Info

    Size 0.3L

    All Arabia utility ware can be used in ovens. Do not take a dish straight from the oven and put it into a cold, wet surface or put it on steel. Do not put a dish straight into a hot oven from a freezer.

    All Arabia utility wares except dishes with gold or platinum decoration or metal parts are microwave safe.

    All Arabia utility ware can be used in freezers. Do not take a dish straight from the oven and put it into a cold, wet surface or put it on steel. Do not put a dish straight into a hot oven from a freezer.

    All Arabia utility wares are dishwasher safe. Use a rinsing agent in the dishwasher to improve the results. Very dirty dishes can be soaked in hot water with detergent containing bleach.

  • Designer
    Tove Jansson

    Tove Jansson (1914-2001) was a Swedish-speaking Finnish novelist, painter, honorary Professor of Philosophy, illustrator, and comic strip author. She wrote and illustrated her first book, The Moomins and the Great Flood, in 1945. She said later that the war had depressed her, and she had wanted to write something naïve and innocent. This first book was hardly noticed, but the next Moomin books, Comet in Moominland (1946) and Finn Family Moomintroll (1948), made her famous. She went on to write six more Moomin books, a number of picture books and comic strips. Her fame spread quickly and she became Finland's most widely read author abroad. Jansson continued painting and writing for the rest of her life, although her contributions to the Moomin series became rare after 1970. Her first foray outside children's literature was in 1968. Since then, she authored five more novels and five collections of short stories. She had a studio in Helsinki but spent much of her life on the small island Klovharu, near Porvoo. Tove Jansson lived with her partner, the graphic artist Tuulikki Pietilä.

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    2-4 weeks

£21.00
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