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Around the Table Mug by Lenox - 864115 by

Item description: This Lenox product is by - Designed with simple sophistication and clean lines, , the Around the Table Mug will add a bit of contemporary flair to your kitchen. Part of the Around the Table dinnerware collection, this unique white stoneware mug can be personalized with a name up to 12 letters. A great celebration of optimism, the mug is inscribed with the words 'My mug is always Half Full'. Makes a fun gift.
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Item SKU #: 864115

Category: Lenox

 

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