Love Borzoi? Treat yourself to a beautiful 13oz bone china mug featuring my original pen & ink drawing of 'Nikolai'the handsome Borzoi.
All my cards, prints & mugs are reproduced from my original work : pen and ink/pencil/charcoal or watercolour drawings/paintings.
Each mug is professionally printed and heat sealed on a glossy 13oz Bone China Balmoral mug EN12875-4:2006, which is dishwasher safe but NOT suitable for use in microwave ovens.
With your Bone China mug - you will receive a little dated 'Mug Care' card - this explains that there is a 28 day curing period before the mug can be washed in a dishwasher. Please be assured that this does not affect the design on the mugs at all, it relates ONLY to the base of the mug (my logo sticker) which has been sealed with a dishwasher proof sealant.
You mug will arrive in a standard double walled packing box, padded with recycled zig zag paper - all of which can be reused again.
For super special occasions I have the listed option to purchase your mug 'gift wrapped' (please see final photograph). This beautiful and robust gift box comes in a classic matt black. This gift box has a good recycled content (40% recycled card) and is fully recyclable, completely unbranded which means it can be used again and again and so combines high quality with environmental awareness. There is an extra charge of £3 for the gift wrapping option (please see separate listing)
Please see my other listings for different dog & cat breeds, prints & original drawings.
Prices for this listing are based upon packaging and either UK 2nd Class Signed For Royal Mail delivery or International Tracked & Signed
UK - estimated delivery time 1-3 days
Europe EU & Non EU - estimated delivery time 5-7 business days
USA & Canada - estimated delivery time 7-10 business days
Australia & New Zealand - estimated delivery time 12-15 days
I guarantee to ship all orders within 1-2 business days, I cannot guarantee the delivery times of individual postal systems across the world – the times above are for guidance only, as suggested by Royal Mail.