Mathematics Of Love Mug
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: Personally Presented - Treat Gifts
Personalised Coffee Mug
What better way to add some love into Valentine’s Day with this funky ceramic mug in a Venn diagram style. If your better half makes you whole, treat them to something that stands out among the rest. Personalise with two names. The back of the mug has the words 'The Mathematics of Love' printed as standard. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Product Specification Width: 8cm Height: 9.5cm Weight: 200g Shipping Weight: 250g
What Can I Put On Mathematics Of Love Mug?
Personalise with first name up to 15 characters and second name up to 15 characters, E.G. Charlie and Amanda.
Who Is The Gift Ideal For?
Great for the love of your life on Valentine’s Day. Its high quality finish is made to stand up to the daily use we know a well-loved mug receives.
All our gifts are made to order, so please allow time for the product to be personalised as well as the time for delivery.
|UK Delivery||P&P Cost||Delivery|
|Standard||FREE||2 to 3 Days|
As we have thousands of personalised gifts and cards, and each product has an individual dispatch time, they’re sent out as and when they’re ready. If multiple products are purchased in a single order, some items may arrive sooner, this means less waiting for you.
We operate Monday to Friday, so weekends and bank holidays are not included in the personalisation or delivery timescales.
Upcoming Key Delivery Dates
|Valentine's Day||4th February|
|Mother's Day||3rd March|
|Easter Sunday||29th March|
|Father's Day||31st May|
Your personalised message will be added exactly as it is entered (if applicable) so please ensure all spelling, grammar and capitalisation is correct before adding the personalised gift or card to your basket.
Please do not include accents (é, è, ê or ë), special symbols (ᵼ ᵽ ᵾ ᵿ) or emoji's (❤️🎄 🔥 😍 🍭) as our processes will not allow this. This includes accents above and below the alphabetical or numerical text. Your order may not be processed if these are included and will cause a delay.
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