This is a mug for all seasons! This mug features a brilliant, high-resolution, four-color process design of the stone, three-arch structure that was built on the southern edge of the battlefield in 1836-1837. Prior to the battle, it was referred to locally as the Rohrbach Bridge, after Henry Rohrbach, whose property abutted the creek nearby. On September 17, 1862 it became the focal point for the attacks of General Ambrose Burnside's Union 9th Corps during the afternoon phase of the battle.
This mug is microwave safe, but for lasting beauty, we do not recommend dishwasher use.