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.

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  • Product Code: 203
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  • £10

Tags: Arts, Literary Figures, Environment

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