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Mah-Jongg Mug

Mah-Jongg Mug

£8.50

Product Code: 64318

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Order by 3pm for next day deliveryexc. Bank Holidays & Weekends

International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99

A contribution from the sale of this product helps us to secure this spectacular and unique heritage for future generations to enjoy.

Overview

This mug is a fun souvenir of one of the quirkiest inhabitants of English Heritage’s newly restored Eltham Palace in London. Mah-Jongg was Virginia Courtauld's ring-tailed lemur. With his own living quarters at Eltham Palace he was the much loved pet of Stephen and Virginia Courtauld who accompanied them for 15 years on their travels and changes of residences. 

Key Features:

  • Made exclusively for English Heritage
  • Part of the Eltham Palace souvenir range
  • Designed and printed in the UK

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Delivery Info

Standard Delivery £4.99: Applies to UK standard delivery rate only.
You can expect delivery by Royal Mail or Courier within 7 working days after placing your order.

Next Day Delivery (on orders placed before 3pm. Weekdays only) £6.99:
If order is placed before 3pm, you can expect delivery the following working day. Please note a signature is required.

Overseas Delivery from £14.99:

  • United Kingdom Offshore and Scottish Highlands £14.99
  • Europe, E.U. Member £14.99
  • Europe, Non E.U. Member £14.99
  • US & Canada £16.99
  • Australia and New Zealand £18.99
  • R.O.W.2-6 £18.99

Please Note: Some countries may charge tax and duty. This is the responsibility of the customer.

We reserve the right not to deliver orders if we believe the address is not secure, for example, to a communal postal address, PO Box or if the customer has incorrectly applied the wrong shipping area. If this affects an order you placed, we will notify you as soon as possible. We may also request additional ID.

For further information regarding delivery please visit our Delivery Information page.

Please Note: Weekends and Bank Holidays (including Bank Holiday weekends) are NOT counted as working days.

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