We produce a wide range of ceramic enamel printed pottery bone china mugs, plates, beer pump handles

mug styles and shapes

Mug styles & shapes - a range of mugs for printing

A  range of quality stoneware, porcelain and bone china mugs for printing & decoration. 

Quote the letter code, or take a screenshot of your mug preference then email it to us with your enquiry. 

Note that cylindrical mugs are best for full handle to handle wraparound prints.

email enquiry: click the orange button


white cambridge mug

CMB white

height: 89mm

top dia: 80mm

capacity: 260ml


bone china mug lyric
white bone china can bone china mug
 bone china chunky mug
 balmoral bone china mug

LYC white only

height: 97mm

top dia: 75mm

capacity: 350ml

CC white only

height: 89mm

top dia: 80mm

capacity: 380ml

CHKY white only

height: 97mm

top dia: 86mm

capacity: 400ml

BML white only

height: 85mm

top dia: 75mm

capacity: 260ml

windsor mug white bone china
trent white bone china mug
marquee white bone china mug

WDR white only

height: 85mm

top dia: 75mm

capacity: 260ml

BCTKD white only

height: 84mm

top dia: 80mm

capacity: 250ml

MQE white only

height: 105mm

top dia: 85mm

capacity: 300ml

Mug print area guides

If you are preparing your own designs and need the print area guides in order to size your artwork, click the above buttons to download the print area for the appropriate mug you 

would like to be printed. 

These print area guides are only suitable for cylindrical mugs. 

The .pdf files also contain the circle area for the back stamp.

BCTKD mug print area


We are sometimes able to print on customer’s supplied ceramics. Vitrified ceramics  (meaning high fired, glassy & non water absorbent) such as bone china, porcelain and stoneware are OK to use. Earthenware (which is porous clay body beneath the glaze) is generally not suitable, particularly if it has been around for some time. Over time the porous earthenware clay body absorbs ambient moisture from the air which causes “frizzle” on the glaze surface as it melts and the steam escapes when it is fired to 720˚C in a kiln. 

It is best to have a few samples to test fire for before production.