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Hummingbird Lover's Six Species Pretty Design Large Coffee Mug

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Style: Jumbo

Some days, a regular size cup of joe just won’t do. When you need that extra jolt of caffeine, reach for your extra-large coffee mug from Zazzle. It will accommodate a full 20-ounce Venti pour. Perfect for soup, cereal, ice cream, or chili too! This giant mug features a C-shaped handle for comfortable sipping.

  • Dimensions:
    • Height: 4.5"
    • Diameter: 3.9"
    • Capacity: 20 ounces
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Strong, ceramic construction
  • Meets or exceeds FDA requirements for food and beverage safety
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 4" high x 10.5" wide
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Hummingbird Lover's Six Species Pretty Design Large Coffee Mug
This item is a collage of six different antique copperplate engravings from The NATURAL HISTORY OF HUMMINGBIRDS (. HISTOIRE NATURELLE DES OISEAUX-MOUCHES 1829-1833) by RENÉ PRIMEVERE LESSON 1794-1849 About René Primevère Lesson René Primevère Lesson (1799-1849) was a leading French naturalist and explorer. From 1822 to 1825 Lesson participated in the round-the-world voyage of the french corvette the Coquille acting as the ship's doctor. The voyage of exploration visited many regions in South America and the Pacific. On his return, Lesson published books on many aspects of natural history, but he remains particularly famous for his work on hummingbirds. Several species were named by him or after him. Primevere later taught botany at the naval medical school in Rochefort, 1829–31 and was appointed the top-ranking Navy pharmacist in France in 1835. The Natural History of Hummingbirds was one of the first major works on the lives of these fascinating tiny birds.
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