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Item description: This Lenox product is by - Iinspired by Nantucket summers, the kate spade new york Fair Harbor Oyster Mug is perfect casual dinnerware. Crafted of stoneware, the oyster-colored mug bears horizontal channels that evoke summertime memories of drawing circles in the sand.
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