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Tea Mug with Stainless Steel Spoon, Infuser and Lid - Ceramics L

$35

Tea Mug with Stainless Steel Spoon, Infuser and Lid - Ceramics L

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Product description

Color:Black

Dear customers, you are very welcome to choose our products.
This shop is a small ceramic shop. This shop has a variety of very exquisite cups and saucers, which are very suitable for you to drink coffee, milk, juice and other beverages in Yongkai. The elegant, concise and personalized design brings you the double enjoyment of vision and taste.
Easy to clean: For moderately greasy dirt, just wash with water. Heavy oily dirt only needs to be soaked with a small amount of detergent, and then gently wiped, the dirt will disappear.
Strength: Different from the composition of ordinary ceramics, bone china is thinner, tougher, wear-resistant, and not easily broken.
Popular elements: retro, modern, animal, noble
Applicable space: living room, bedroom, dining table, etc.
Applicable scene: daily gift with tea tray, engagement, Christmas, birthday, wedding anniversary, couple's day, Bride and groom, honeymoon, bachelor party, bridal shower, etc.
Material: ceramics
Tea tableware craft: colorful glaze
Washing method: hand wash
These design cups will serve you coffee, tea, drinks Wait for the drinking experience to add an elegant atmosphere. This stunning set can be a great gift for any drink lover on any occasion.
Special note:
This product is in kind. It may look a little colorful due to the difference in lighting and display.
The product is manually measured, there may be an error of 1-2 cm, please understand.
Due to the difference of different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the product.
I hope everyone can buy the products they are satisfied with. I hope you like this cup set, take it to travel, drink tea, coffee and other beverages, and enjoy a quiet and leisure life. Customer satisfaction is our constant pursuit. If you have any questions, you can contact us at any time. We will serve you wholeheartedly and do our best to solve your problems as soon as possible. wish you a happy life!

Tea Mug with Stainless Steel Spoon, Infuser and Lid - Ceramics L

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