Mug with a cylindrical form thta flares at the form's bottom and tapers towards the base. The exterior features plain, dimensional bands most likely formed from the shaping process. These bands do not continue past the flared part of the mug and the bottom part past it is smooth. The cup's handle is a rounded square, placed at an angle to the cup. The cup's interior is also uniformly glazed.


David Puxley, Wedgwood