Jane Austen Mug - Pemberley

The Literary Tea Company


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This elegant design is an ideal Jane Austen mug and makes a beautiful gift for any tea loving Jane Austen fan out there!

This features a vintage design taken to be Pemberley along with the text that lovers of this classic will agree with "I'd Rather Be At Pemberley".

The design is featured both on the front and back of the mug.

The quote has been sublimation printed and handpressed.

The mug measures 8cm in diameter and is approximately 9cm high.

The mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.


Why not create the ultimate Austen gift and add our ‘Jane Austen’ domed caddy or Austen Inspired tea infuser to your order? Why not all three?!

‘Jane Austen’ Caddy, Blenders Notes:

Blenders Notes:
Rose Black Tea - A reflection of what must have been Jane's own delicate but bright personality. This tea is a delight on the palate, delicate and floral with just the right amount of rose petals. A reflection of the era in which Jane wrote her most wonderful novels.

Chinese Black Tea (85%), Rose Buds and Rose Petals. Naturally contains caffeine.

This domed tea caddy has an inner lid as well to seal in the freshness of the leaves. Contains 100g of loose leaf tea (makes up to 40 cups) and a wooden tea scoop – ideal for measuring out that perfect cup.

Dimensions diameter 90mm x height 113mm.

This tea has a shelf life of 12 months as everything we sell is freshly made to order to guarantee optimum freshness.


Jane Austen Tea Infuser:

Infuser Tea Ball Size: 45mm Diameter (2"). Stainless Steel.

Charms: Silver Plated and Zinc Alloy (lead free).

The tea ball is presented in a white cardboard box.

To ensure longevity of charm please remove the charm before washing! Tea Ball is dishwasher safe.

 Due to manufacturing processes, this tea may contain traces of: Cereals containing gluten, tree nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, milk, soya, mustard and sulphur dioxide (>10mg/kg). (sulphur dioxide is used to preserve all dried fruits and prevents them spoiling).