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Actual Japan - Colorful

Ref: SM0171

Chopp Mugs 475ml


The artist Francisco Stein had the habit to draw maps by hand so he could teach history, this habit became a talent, and talents are called gifts.

The artist in his career years drew a series of maps that now will be transformed in special images, treating his different clients in different ways, “your favorite map, for maps fans” now in special copp mugs; certainly, an excellent gift and/or to start a magnificent collection.

The image of the mug of chopp ACTUAL JAPAN is withdrew from the map 100% handmade by the plastic artist Francisco Stein (details about the map can be checked on this website).

The images from the website might have small differences on the colors depending on the monitor/screen and resolution where they are being visualized.

The packings are personalized on high standards and manufactured with the most rigorous printing techniques, product of excellent finishing and fine treat, produced with cardboard duplex Suzano 190g m² and white micro waved 270g m². Prepared and ready to present everyone.

PROCUCTS DETAILS

Classification

Export Type.

Type of product

Mug of chopp whit the image withdrew from the map 100% handmade by plastic artist Francisco Stein.

Material

Frosted glass.

Capacity

475ml/ 0,13gal.

Estimated weigth

685g.

Printing area

22cm/~8,66 in (length) x 14,5/~5,71in (height).

Process

Printed on process of sublimation of high temperature and by vacuum is made the transfer of the sublimatic paint to the surface, with the receiving of a triple layer of resin to permanently seal and merge and guarantee the high-quality image.

Recomendations

Dish washers, micro-waves, freezer.

Packing

Packed with organza black or white, bubble plastic, instruction cards, personalized box ready to gift.

Delivery time

7 days after the approval of the order + the mail delivery time.

R$ 109,90



Francisco José Ferreira ME - CNPJ: 26.249.347/0001-66
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