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Personalised Prescription Tea Mug

Personalised Prescription Tea Mug

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Product Code: PMUG12

Price: £9.99

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  • Average rating: 5 out of 5

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Prescribe a much needed personalised cuppa!

  • Professionally Printed Glossy Finish 11oz Mug
  • Dishwasher & Microwave Safe
  • Complete With FREE Personalisation & Box

NB: Print will also feature on mug reverse. 

Add your personalisation

Recipient's Name
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Features

Personalised Prescription Tea Mug

This personalised mug is perfect for those who need a dose of tea to start their morning! All brought to you by the NFS, National Fluid Service. You can personalise the mug by adding the recipient's name at the top of the prescription label print on the mug.

Choose from one of 6 colour options to make this gift completely unique for your recipient.

      • Professionally Printed Glossy Finish 11oz Mug
      • Dishwasher & Microwave Safe
      • Complete With FREE Personalisation & Box
      • Design printed on both sides 
      • All designs exclusive to GiftStore.co.uk

      Personalisation

      Personalise with Recipient's Name up to 25 characters.

      NB: Your mug will be personalised exactly as the details you enter, so please be  careful and double-check before adding to your basket.

      Product Care

      These quality gloss coated ceramic mugs are dishwasher and microwave safe.

      Dimensions

      Height: 9.5 cm

      Diameter: 8cm

      Width: 12cm (including handle)

      Product Reviews

      • Averagerating: 5 out of 5

      from 10 Reviews

      • 5 out of 5

      NICE!!!!

      Spot on!! My Cousin will be made up with this!! Thank you!! 😃

      Reviewed 23 December 2021 by

      • 5 out of 5

      Just what I needed

      My staff in my pharmacy loved it

      Reviewed 31 August 2021 by

      • 5 out of 5

      Quirky mug

      Good quality mug - arrived really quickly and good value for money

      Reviewed 18 March 2021 by