Finger spelling alphabet mug
Finger spelling alphabet mug based on a C19 nursery ware design, updated here to illustrate modern British Sign Language (BSL).
I love the graphic quality of the antique cups which are now very hard to find.
This mug shows the right-handed version of the BSL alphabet. The BSL alphabet uses two hands while others, including American, use one hand.
No lustre! Hence a special back stamp.
Half pint mug, 8.5cm tall, 8.5cm diameter
Slipcast earthenware glazed ceramic with transfer printed design.
1 in 5 adults in the UK are deaf or have hearing loss. BSL was officially recognised as a minority language in 2003 and can be learnt online.
£5 from the sale of each of these mugs will go the the Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID).