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Sinking Mug

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This cool new Treasure Mug appears as if it's sinking down into a table or rising up from deep within if you're more of a positive person.Of course, it's just a clever illusion, because this uniquely designed mug features a slanted base and a trimmed handle to complete the sinking effect when placed on a flat surface. However, when the mug is lifted during the drinking process, it instantly becomes very broken in appearance and refills become more common. Available in white or brown.

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