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Vintage Old Retro Crate Product Goods Label Veggie Coffee Mug

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Style: Classic White Mug

Give a made-to-order mug from Zazzle to someone special, or treat yourself to a design that brings you joy or makes you laugh. Create your own photo mug, shop our collection of the funniest joke mugs, personalise your mug with a monogram or express yourself with one of our 10 million designs.

  • Available in 325 ml or 444 ml
  • Dimensions:
    • 325 ml: 9.7 cm tall x 8.1 cm diameter
    • 444 ml: 11.4 cm tall x 8.6 cm diameter
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Strong, ceramic construction
  • Meets or exceeds United States FDA requirements for food and drink safety
  • Printed on demand in California, USA
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Vintage Old Retro Crate Product Goods Label Veggie Coffee Mug
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