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Enameled Metal Mugs:

The technique of enameling has been there since times immemorial. Enamel or vitreous enamel is made by fusing together powdered glass and an object by firing them between 750 and 850 degrees celsius. The powdered glass melts and hardens to form a plain and lasting coating on the metal. Enameled metal mugs are thus durable and come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Enameled metal is becoming popular these days because of its modern look.

Gift Mugs:

Porcelain or ceramic mugs can be easily customized with personal or family pictures, poems, quotations, funny logos, zodiacs or horoscopes. They serve as innovative gifts on weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, or other occasions. Gift mugs are also given away as promotional items during trade fairs, book fairs or other promotional events. These mugs come in any number of conceivable colors, like red, white, blue, green, yellow or others.

Beer Mugs:

Beer mugs may be made of pewter, silver, wood, porcelain, earthenware or glass. Beer stein is a type of beer mug, that is used in Germany and has a hinged lid covering it. The lid prevents the beer from spilling. Beer mugs are large in size.

The base and mouth of the mug is of the same width, which enables it to hold a large amount of beer. Beer mugs usually have strong handles to support the mug and assist the user in holding it while drinking or cheering. They are available in a wide range of colors and designs with bold logos printed on them. Beer mugs may also be made of toast-master's glass. This glass looks like the ordinary English glass but has one-quarter of its capacity. It has a solid depression in its center, which gives an illusion that it is full. This type of mugs are used in raising a toast.

Soup Mugs:

These mugs come with a handle, spoon and a matching saucer. They are usually made of porcelain or china-ware. Soup mugs have a shallow base to accommodate a large amount of soup. Porcelain soup mugs are generally microwave-safe. They come in a wide range of colors and designs. Soup mugs may also be made of paper, thermocol or hard cardboard, which are easily disposable. These mugs are used to serve soups at the fast food joints or stalls, and have bright prints on them. Paper soup mugs are also used in parties, as they are easy to dispose of after use.

Uses of Mugs:

Mugs may be put to a wide range of uses. They have a large capacity and can be used to hold, store or serve a number of things. The following are the most common uses of mugs:

  • As a vessel to serve hot coffee, tea or hot chocolate.
  • As a vessel to serve cold coffee, ice-cream shakes or floats.
  • As a container to hold pens or pencils.
  • As a cup or vessel to serve soup or noodles.
  • As a travel mug, when it is made of plastic or paper and has a lid.

Mugs have become a thing of utility, decoration as well as a gift item, that adorns the racks of any shop. Mugs of different shapes and sizes lend a modern touch to the other items of drink-ware or kitchenware.

Know about the following earthenware mugs and the their leading Manufacturers, Exporters and Suppliers

Following are the potential manufacturers, suppliers and exporters of Crafts Items: