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Victor with Scraps Corpse Bride Geeki Tikis 18oz Mug

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Standard Mug Capacity 18 oz. 18 oz.
  • Molded ceramic mug
  • Holds approx. 18 oz.
  • Hand wash only, not dishwasher safe
  • Not recommended for use in microwave
  • Officially licensed

Eternal Love in Ceramic

The chilling romance of Victor and Scraps from Tim Burton's gothic masterpiece, "Corpse Bride," has now reimagined as a Geeki Tiki. While love may be eternal, few things encapsulate its undying nature as the unyielding bond between a groom and his skeletal canine companion. Sip your favorite brew from this iconic duo and be transported to a world where love surpasses even death.

Product Details

Every inch of this ceramic masterpiece speaks to Tim Burton fans. The mug is thoughtfully designed to hold approximately 18 oz. of your preferred beverage, making it the perfect companion for those extended lounging sessions. Its intricate detailing pays homage to the poignant characters of Victor and Scraps, immortalizing them in ceramic. Please remember, this unique piece prefers gentle care.

It's best to hand wash it, preserving its charm for countless toasts to come. And, of course, with it being officially licensed, you're ensured an authentic piece of "Corpse Bride" memorabilia.

To Love, Loss, and Liquid Elixirs

Let every sip from the Victor With Scraps Corpse Bride Geeki Tiki take you on a journey through love's twisted paths. It's not just a mug; it's an experience—a testament to a love that transcends life itself.

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