“Diva” Apron & Mug Set

Price: $52.00 / $41.60 Members: $37.44

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“Diva” Apron & Mug Set

Chic and cheeky! Our ultra-exclusive “Diva” Apron and Mug Set is ideal for
that divine one in your life.

The crimson red apron is embroidered with the exalted title “Diva” in white script across the chest above the Metropolitan Opera logo. Made of 100% cotton, it has 1” wide side-ties, an adjustable neck strap, and provides full-length protection.

Not to be upstaged, our popular red and white porcelain mug also bears the Met Opera Shop “Diva” inscription. It has an ornate scroll handle as well as the Met logo on the inner rim. Holds 12 fluid ounces. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Comes in a sturdy decorative gift box.

The legendary Maria Callas, one of the greatest singers ever to have graced the stage at the Metropolitan Opera, was often referred to as “La Divina” or “Diva,” but one doesn’t have to be an opera singer to hold the distinction.

A Met Opera Shop Exclusive

APRON:

  • White “Diva” inscription
  • Met logo
  • Red & white
  • 100% cotton
  • Side ties: 1” W
  • Adjustable neck strap
  • Full-length
  • Machine embroidered
  • Machine washable
  • One size fits most
  • Designed in USA

MUG WITH GIFT BOX

  • Red & white
  • Porcelain
  • 12 oz.
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Sturdy decorative gift box included
  • Designed in USA


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History

Diva

Diva is an Italian word derived from the Latin divus, which literally translates as “the divine one” or “goddess.”

In the world of opera, however, diva takes on a more exalted meaning, referring to the principal female singer on stage and harking back to a time when opera singers were music’s biggest stars.

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