Wise words from a wise man, indeed! Djehu-tea was the Egyptian god of writing, of accountancy, of academia, of record-keeping, of mediation and of law (to name but a few). However, one of his lesser known roles was as god of I-can’t-work-without-a-brew. Here, Djehu-tea sits in the Hall of Justice, waiting for the kettle to boil.
If you find yourself often using tea-making as an excuse to get away from the computer screen or work, then Djehu-tea’s your man.
- Two-toned mug available in five different colour combinations
- 11oz glossy ceramic mug
- Shipped worldwide
- Usually shipped in around two working days
- Dishwasher- and microwave-safe
This mug’s printed with a photo from a page of the Egyptian Book of the Dead at the Garstang Museum of Archaeology. It belonged to a man called Inaros who lived during the Saite Period (26th Dynasty, 664–525 BC).
The papyrus was photographed with a macro lens, bringing out details you would otherwise miss, and is an exclusive design you won’t find elsewhere.
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Each mug is printed to order, usually dispatched within two working days. This means that resources are used only as and when needed.
The inks used to print the design are free from harmful chemicals and animal products, making them vegan-friendly and eco-friendly.
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