Mug | Andy Tea-Hall
Are you ready to cause a stir (of spoons)? Andy Tea-Hall puts the pop art in popping the kettle on. If anyone can transform your morning cuppa into an iconic moment, it’s him.
Water. Teabag. Milk. Water. Teabag. Milk. If there’s one thing Andy Tea-Hall loves, it’s the art of repetition. Of course, he makes sure to brew a slightly different shade of tea each time.
- Ceramic Mug
- Dimensions: approx 10oz / 284ml
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
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