SECONDS SALE: Imperfect Evergreen Trees Enamel MugYardia
I'm clearing out some of my misprinted, flawed or otherwise imperfect camp mugs to make space for new products. It's a great opportunity to treat yourself to a mug or two at a steep discount! This listing is for the evergreen tree mug. Also available are chickens and wildflowers designs.
This listing is for ONE imperfect EVERGREEN mug. The type of flaw on the mug you receive will be randomly selected. You may not request the type of flaw you'll receive.
Examples of imperfections may include:
- Small chips in the enamel
- Deeper coloration of design
- Small marks or lines on the surface of the mug not part of the design
- Uneven coating of enamel
See images for examples of flaws. The type of flaw on the mug you receive will be randomly selected. Sold as is. No refunds or returns available on these mugs.
The mug is approximately 3" tall and about 3.5" wide, plus another inch for the handle. It looks just a bit smaller than a standard ceramic coffee mug, but because metal allows for thinner walls, it actually holds a little bit more capacity than a standard mug!
- Material: Metal, Steel
- Size: about 3" tall and 3.5" wide (plus handle).
- Capacity: 12 Fluid oz.
- Care: Handwashing recommended. Do not microwave. Not intended for bakeware or use over open flames.
- Printed with my illustrations in the USA on imported mug.
- Ships in protective foam-like wrap, within a sturdy interior box and shipping box.
- Due to monitor variations, colors may differ slightly from those on your screen.
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Yardia is a gift and stationery company owned and operated by me, Brigida Swanson. I create nature-inspired watercolor home decor, gifts and stationery that help gardeners and hikers to express their intersectional identities and love the place they live. Learn more on our About page.
About the Artist:
I'm Brigida, a CHamoru and multiracial artist based in Seattle, Washington. Nature's like family to me. Creating art about nature is how I feel most connected to the ancestral values of my CHamoru heritage, and to the Pacific Northwest culture in which I was raised. It's why I create products that express a kinship with nature, so that we can all experience a sense of belonging and wonder.