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Votes for Women - Ceramic Mug

$25.95
Celebrate the 100 year anniversary of women's suffrage with this classically styled Votes for Women mug! More details, below.
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The 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote, was ratified in 1920. Wisconsin became the first state to ratify the amendment on June 10, 1919. This tray celebrates this amendment and will be a great addition to any collection!


White porcelain with golden metallic handle. Custom gift box included. Hand washing recommended.


Do not microwave due to the metallic trim.


Size: About 10 oz.

The 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote, was ratified in 1920. Wisconsin became the first state to ratify the amendment on June 10, 1919. This tray celebrates this amendment and will be a great addition to any collection!


White porcelain with golden metallic handle. Custom gift box included. Hand washing recommended.


Do not microwave due to the metallic trim.


Size: About 10 oz.

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