Bone China Maine Road Mug
Our Fine Bone China Maine Road Stadium mug is created in the famous Potteries of central England and captures the fans going to the game.
The fans start on one side of the mug and wrap around as the stadium is revealed. The stadium is depicted as it was at the end of it's life in the early 2000's with the all seater Kippax, the North Stand and famous uncovered "Gene Kelly" Stand.
The mug is perfect for those who prefer a Fine Bone China mug. A premium product, once decorated the mugs are fired in a kiln to over 800 degrees.
Internally there is the image of a sign saying "Maine Road"
This Fine Bone china mug is available on it's own or with a matching ceramic coaster which has heat resistant material backing.
Created by Foley Pottery in Stoke - On - Trent, these are truly a unique gift.
Please note the mug colours may vary slightly from the pictures due to the nature they are fired in the kilns at temperatures above 800 degrees.
Choose at the checkout if you want the mug on it's own or with the special matching coaster.
Mugs are posted in special protective packaging with Worldwide delivery available.
Material: Fine bone china
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Please note these are a uniquely designed mug and not official Manchester City FC products
Great design Verified Purchase
Fab design, slightly larger cup than I expected .very pleased
Jean Harman | Surrey | June 2023
Ordered a couple of items off the gingerwigs really pleased with them all.
Even a tea bag to have a brew with new mug,the little things make the difference
Bryan Howard | | March 2023
Maine Road mug
Good quality mug and coaster , great design , bought for a friend’s 60th , very happy with them !
Ian Bailey | Middlewich Cheshire | June 2022
I bought this for my 99 year old Mum as she remembers Maine Road going with her Dad walking from Longsight. The quality is outstanding and the design it fabulous. Yet another fantastic product from Anthony
Denise Vinton | Carlisle | May 2022
I knew this would be good but WOW what quality
Peter Kewley | Rhyl | May 2022
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