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Konitz Science/Physics, Math, Chemistry and History Mugs

Item# 268-WBH049-1-AF | Model# 4413302062 | Added on August 20, 2016 |
Konitz Science/Physics, Math, Chemistry and History Mugs
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Set of 4 round shaped mugs made of durable porcelainEach mug has a holding capacity of 15 oz.Maths, physics, chemistry, and history printed mugsCan be used in microwave and dishwasherMug dimensions: 3.5 diam. x 4.25H in.. The Konitz Science/Physics, Math, Chemistry and History Mugs - Set of 4 may inspire you to ponder and solve any number of beverage-related conundrums. Use a little geometry to determine how many marshmallows can fit on top or your hot chocolate; recall the history of the Tea Party while you sip your Earl Grey; remember the laws of thermodynamics as you wait for your apple cider to cool; or appreciate the glorious effects of that infamous chemical known as caffeine while you chug your coffee. Your brain will thank you for the pop quiz. Made from lightweight yet sturdy porcelain that's conveniently dishwasher- and microwave-safe, this set of four generous 15-oz. mugs will make you smarter ... or will at least make you look smarter while holding them.About Waechtersbach USAIf you're looking for big, bold color at the dinner table, you've found it with the distinctive designs of Waechtersbach USA, the US division of the renowned German company. Since 1832, Waechtersbach has been crafting colorful ceramic products that celebrate the beauty of color, from everyday dinnerware to more formal serving ware. Waechtersbach has been in business for over 175 years and they always keep an eye on contemporary environmental needs with their dedicated manufacturing processes ... read more
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