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Flash Post: Mug Shot


 

What It Is: Shabby chic  mugs bedecked in a rainbow assortment of chintz patterns and emblazoned with one of the 26 letters of the alphabet. The mugs themselves are ceramic, while the designs are a partnership between Anthropologie’s design team and artist Samantha Robinson. Each mug is only available in its own unique colour combination / pattern – so you can rest assured your friends Victoria and Sarah won’t have the same design when they pop open their present.

Who It’s For: Your coworker, to adorn their desk and get them work-ready with their morning cuppa. Your newly wedded friends, as a sweet housewarming gift that connotes either their new last name, or their forever-theirs first names. Your mother-in-law, as a lovely hostess gift she can use for an afternoon cup of tea.

What It Costs: A price that can’t be beat – $8 each.

Where It’s At: Anthropologie stores + online. Note that if you’re shopping for a more obscure letter (like Z or Q), you can only order your mug online.

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6 Responses to “Flash Post: Mug Shot”
  1. leah says:

    Happiness in a cup! I’d love to get or give one of these as a gift. 🙂 #cgg

  2. Sophia says:

    Cute mugs…though I think I would prefer them without the letter. #cgg

  3. Susan says:

    These are lovely and a great price! I love my tea in a china mug and I love chintz, so this is a match made in heaven! Thanks for sharing this great find. #CGG

  4. These are adorable, and are sure to make your morning cup of joe even better 🙂

  5. Victoria Ess says:

    Oh these are so cute and would brighten up so many people’s desks and mornings! #CGG

  6. Kevin B says:

    Looks like a bunch of colored eggshells 🙂 #CGG

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