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Nature Coffee Mug featuring the photograph The 5th Gate by Loren Gilbert

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The 5th Gate Coffee Mug

Loren Gilbert

by Loren Gilbert



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Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details

An aged wooden gate.


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

Additional Products

The 5th Gate Photograph by Loren Gilbert


The 5th Gate Canvas Print

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The 5th Gate Framed Print

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The 5th Gate Art Print

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The 5th Gate Poster


The 5th Gate Metal Print

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The 5th Gate Acrylic Print

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The 5th Gate Wood Print

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The 5th Gate Greeting Card

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The 5th Gate iPhone Case

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The 5th Gate Throw Pillow

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The 5th Gate Duvet Cover

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The 5th Gate Shower Curtain

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The 5th Gate Tote Bag

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The 5th Gate Round Beach Towel

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The 5th Gate Carry-all Pouch

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The 5th Gate Beach Towel

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The 5th Gate Weekender Tote Bag

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The 5th Gate Portable Battery Charger

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The 5th Gate Bath Towel

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The 5th Gate T-Shirt


The 5th Gate Coffee Mug

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The 5th Gate Yoga Mat

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The 5th Gate Spiral Notebook

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The 5th Gate Fleece Blanket

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The 5th Gate Face Mask

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Coffee Mug Tags

coffee mugs nature bright outdoors summer countryside green land color tree wooden outside scenic gate open outdoor

Photograph Tags

photographs nature bright outdoors summer countryside green land color tree wooden outside scenic gate open outdoor

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Artist's Description

An aged wooden gate.

About Loren Gilbert

Loren Gilbert

When I was a boy my parents had a subscription to National Geographic. I loved the photos of exotic people, places, and animals and I dreamed that one day I, too, could make such images. In my teens I got my first real camera, a Kowa SE, a big step up from my mother's Brownie Six-16. I learned how to develop film and make prints. I made a great effort to learn everything about photography. Soon I was off to college and became a poor student, unable to afford photography, but it remained a passion. After graduation I returned to it, but the realities of making a living and raising a family again put photography on the back burner. Now I am retired and I have returned to my long smoldering love of a well crafted...