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Certified food-safe ceramic 350 ml capacity mug that is both dishwasher and microwave safe. With a diameter of 8cm, the white mug features the screen printing of the University insignia with foundation year.

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Dimensions 8 × 9,8 cm
Capacità

350 ml

Dimensioni

9,8 cm

Packaged in

Scatola

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To celebrate 800 years of the University of Padua

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Free pick-up and in-store exchanges Customers are welcome to pick-up orders at the UNIPD Store located in Palazzo Bo. Please be sure to bring a copy of the order confirmation email indicating the purchase order number. This shipping method is available for all products and is free of cost. Items are available for in-store pick-up within 24 hours of receiving your confirmation email and will remain in stock up to a maximum of 15 days from the date of purchase.

Shipping Shipping is available only for items purchased on the UNIPD Store website to delivery within Italy and other European Union member countries.  

Shipping rates:
  • SHIPPING WITHIN ITALY: 6 euros.
  • SHIPPING TO ALL OTHER EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES: 22 euros.
Delivery Times:
  • SHIPPING WITHIN ITALY:  approximately 1 to 2 working days from date of order confirmation
  • SHIPPING TO ALL OTHER EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES: approximately 2 to 3 working days from date of order confirmation.

Please note that a delivery attempt notice will be left if no one is available to receive the order at the time of the delivery. Customers are responsible for any additional delivery costs and restocking charges directly to the courier. Orders that are not delivered within 10 days will be sent back to the UniPD store and customers will be charged for the additional shipping costs. Customers may send a request via email to have their order re-delivery within 10 days after its return to our store. After the 10 days, the customer will lose the right to receive their order and the payment of the order will be used to cover all expenses and services.

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