Joy cup

£30.00 / Sold Out

This little coffee can carries a special wish, making it a perfect gift, especially for a new baby.

'Sweet joy befall thee!' is a line from William Blake's poem 'Infant Joy', published in 1789 as part of the Songs of Innocence.

The scallop shell is a symbol of pilgrimage and baptism, so is especially suitable for a christening.

Slipcast earthenware glazed ceramic

6.5cm tall, 6.5cm diameter plus handle, holds a quarter of a pint

Transfer printed text

Pink or amber lustre banding decoration. There will be some variation in the hand painting.