Carbon Footprint mug

Carbon Footprint mug

We've borrowed a line from a W B Yeats poem ("Aedh / He wishes for the cloths of Heaven") and put it to work for our children in the sincere hope that we can bequeath them an environment worth living in... (Aedh was a Celtic god of Death). This environmental mug also matches a novelty tea towel in our collection of radical gifts.

11oz Durham ceramic mug with simple curved handle. Height 9.5cm, diameter 8cm, capacity 350ml. Dishwasher safe. Delivered in cardboard smash proof box. Please note, this product will not fit through a standard letter box.

 

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  • Product Code: 203
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  • £10

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