D-Day 75 Remembrance tankard mug

£21.50
  • Part of Susan’s Remembrance Range
  • can be personalised with a name on the inside rim
  • Handmade and handcrafted by one of our skilled china makers
  • Hand-painted details
  • Gift wrapped in an English made presentation box

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Description

This English bone china tankard mug forms part of our “Remembrance” range of mugs all of which were designed by Susan for The Royal British Legion to mark various events in our military history – from the years covering The Great War to more recent history such as The Falklands War, 75 years since VE Day & D Day and the 80th anniversary of The Battle of Britain together with mugs looking at the military history of our Armed Services.

This mug reminds us of the landing beaches of Utah, Omaha, Gold and Juno, and the leaders who were instrumental in the D-Day landings.

The mug is finished with hand-painted metallic gold rims and may be personalised by adding a name to the inside rim

All our china is hand-made and hand-decorated in the Longton district of Stoke-on-Trent.

The china is gift wrapped in an English made presentation box.

Susan Rose China are proud to support British manufacturing at its best.

 

*MULTI-BUY SAVING*

This mug can be bought on its own or with others from our Remembrance range.  Simply enter one of the following codes at the Checkout and the appropriate discount will be applied:

2 mugs:  Remembrance2

3 mugs:  Remembrance3

4 mugs:  Remembrance4

5 or more mugs:  Remembrance5

A donation from each sale will be made to The Royal British Legion’s Poppy Shop.

 

Details

Dishwasher proof provided not edged in Metallic Gold or Silver.

Dimensions:
Height: 9cm
Capacity: 300ml
Weight: 500g

Delivery

Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery after final approval of artwork.

 

 

Additional information
Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 9 cm
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