Mug (10oz) - Luton Heritage Series #3 - The Carnegie Library
The Design - Corn Exchange & Market Hill, Luton c.1900
Hailing from sunny Luton I am very proud of my much maligned town's heritage. This design comes from one of my acrylic paintings celebrating Luton's lost iconic buildings.
This card shows one of the most lamented of Luton's lost buildings the Carnegie Library in George Street, circa 1960. 'The Carnegie' was one of over 2500 public libraries around the world paid for by the American/Scottish philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. This building was sadly demolished in 1962 when the current Central Library was opened. It was replaced by a modern Boots store which in turn was demolished to make way for an extension to the Mall shopping centre
The mug is a standard 10oz mug with diameter of 7.75cm and height of 9cm
I produce all my own mugs based on my own acrylic paintings and other art using top quality materials. They are certified dishwasher resistant up to 2000 cycles (BS EN 12875-4 for the nerds) but who’s counting?
Whilst I would like to say that my mugs are shipped in indestructible boxes, all packaging materials used are as kind to other otters (and everything else) as possible.
All of my items come with a no quibble money back or exchange guarantee no matter what the reason.
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the Arty Otter