MCC Pavilion Tankard Mug

Item Code: C16MY033
 
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Inspired by the architectural detail of the Lord's Pavilion, this collection of fine bone china is exclusive to Members. Made in Stoke-on-Trent by William Edwards England, this tankard mug is hand-decorated; embellished with a 22 carat gold leaf MCC monogram and has a hand-applied gold edge. Each mug is presented in an elegant gift box. Care instructions: hand wash only and non-microwave safe. Height: 7cm; diameter: 8cm; capacity: 28cl.
 
 
 
 
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