Who says a good tea mug has to be clunky? Using a tea mug can be very convenient and practical if you only want to make a single cup of tea instead of brewing a full pot. A good quality tea mug can also make the cup of tea taste better. This particular tea mug features the painting "Almond Blossom" by Old Master Vincent van Gogh and is made of fine bone china - beautiful, strong, elegant and good quality. It is also functional, light weight and easy to clean. It comes with a good tea infuser, the holes of the tea strainer are small enough so that the tea leaves will not fall right through, while the infuser is deep allowing tea to steep properly. What's more, this mug has a tapered bottom. The lid can be use as a coaster or as a tea caddy.
- Brew Tea Easily - Tea mug with lid and an infuser helps to brew tea in a simple and quick way. It also has a heat-insulated handle.
- Functional Tea Lid - Lid can be used as a coaster and also works as a tea caddy to hold the tea infuser.
- Premium Materials and Attractive Packaging - mug and lid are made of fine bone china, elegant and durable; while tea strainer is made of stainless steel. Tea mug set arrives in an attractive gift box, which is ready to be given as a gift for special occasions, such as housewarming, birthday, christmas, etc...
- Practical - It is easy to use and clean, dishwasher and microwave safe; making each mug highly functional and convenient.
- Optimal Shape & Size - The mug has a generous volume of 450ml or 15.2oz. It has a height of 4.25". The mug shape and handle design make it comfortable to hold and enjoy.
- Includes: Tea Mug with stainless steel infuser & lid in an attractive keepsake gift box
- Designed in North America by McIntosh
- Features "Almond Blossom" by Old Master Vincent van Gogh
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Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)
Van Gogh’s paintings provide a scintillating, vivid view of casual scenes and subjects. Visually unique in his time, Van Gogh’s work went unappreciated during his life but has since become among the most recognizable and beloved art in the world.