Amy makes mugs with your custom logo or name. For small quantities, she hand letters or draws your lettering. This is a great choice for wedding parties, family reunions, or small appreciation gifts.
For quantities of 20 or more, she uses a stamp to transfer the image into the clay. This helps maintain your brand identity with a consistent logo, as well as improving the cost per unit.
Please get in touch for a custom quote for your project.
The simple impression of this coffee shop's logo allows the pottery to shine.
This soup mug is made with red clay with a glossy, variegated white glaze. The generous sizing works equally well for a cup of tea or a cup of soup.
Your logo, with color
This customer wanted their three-color logo on both sides of the mug. I used a buff clay with transparent glaze to let these colors shine through.
The straight sides of this mug allow for a larger logo to be used.
Do you just need a few? Hand-drawn and hand-lettered pieces use a different process that has its own charm. This band needed a small batch of mugs, which I created with "sgraffito", scratching the clay.