Tintagel Sword in the Stone Mug
Product Code: 65025
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International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99
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Celebrate the legend of King Arthur and his mythical sword in the stone with this delightful mug. It has been developed exclusively for English Heritage to commemorate Tintagel Castle, the alleged birthplace of England's medieval king. Celebrated British illustrator Dave Thompson's image features the ruins of Tintagel Castle nestled in the rugged Cornish landscape with King Arthur's sword in the stone in the foreground. It makes a lovely keepsake souvenir gift for anyone who has visited the site.
- Exclusive to English Heritage
- Made in the UK
- Image by British artist Dave Thompson
- Glazed ceramic
Size: 11 fl. oz. capacity
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Standard Delivery £4.99: Applies to UK standard delivery rate only.
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Overseas Delivery from £14.99:
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- Australia and New Zealand £18.99
- R.O.W.2-6 £18.99
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