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Mason Jar Mugs with Handle, Regular Mouth Colorful Lids with 2 R

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Mason Jar Mugs with Handle, Regular Mouth Colorful Lids with 2 R

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Product description

Size:2 Count (Pack of 1)  |  Color:Silver

These mason jar mugs are made with exceptionally high quality glassware and are ergonomically designed to excel in a variety of settings. The durable glass, removable metal lids and sturdy handle on the mugs allow you to use them for all your beverage needs. The environmentally-friendly, slip proof metal straws offers a quick transition from a mug to a grab-and-go travel companion. Not only is this set of 2 a thoughtful and functional gift for all your loved ones, they will also make a great addition to your backyard patio, holiday party or kitchen dining set. Fill with your favorite drinks, cocktails, juices, shakes, smoothies etc. Will last you a lifetime!

Mason Jar Mugs with Handle, Regular Mouth Colorful Lids with 2 R

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Oak by Getty Images, aster and carpenter bee by Ed Spevak, compass plant by Erica Ballard, grasses and goldenrod by Frank Oberle, goldenrod by James Trager, Polyphemus by Linda Williams.
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