The delightful word Pannikin apparently originated in Suffolk in the early 1800s, derived from pan (metal pot/cup) and kin (small). This sweet little mug does its name justice - its proportions make it ideal as a children's cup or also good for a double espresso and its light and sturdy construction make it a great camping companion. It's made by master tinsmiths, James Collins and Tom McDonnell in Finglas, Dublin and it's just lovely.
Measures: 65mm x 65mm (105mm including handle)
Please note, as each piece is made by hand with traditional methods measurements can vary slightly.
Makers: James Collins & Tom McDonnell, Finglas, Dublin
Materials: Tin plate