Custom mugs with 3D logos – Cambridge Supply Company

This order of 30 mugs was for Cambridge Supply Co., a building materials Company out of Dallas TX. After throwing the mugs and letting them firm up overnight, the handles are pulled, hardened and applied to the mugs…
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When they are dry, they are fired in the kiln to a low firing of cone 06. After the firing, wax is applied to the bottoms so that the mug can be dipped in a glaze bucket and not adhere to the bottoms of the mugs. Then they are ready for their final firing with glaze…

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Here are the final results…

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PRICING

At this point, the pricing structure goes like this… Each order has a one time stamp fee of $100 and the price per mug will depend on the quantity ordered (two dozen minimum order) Pricing differs for wholesale and retail.

To get started, I need a high resolution logo which may need to be adapted to make the letters work with the stamping process. If you don’t have a logo, a logo can be created for $150. Also, a deposit of 50% down to hold your place in the schedule and purchase supplies.

If you are interested in placing an order for two dozen or more original, high quality, stoneware mugs with or without logos, simply go to http://www.customwoodcarvings.com and click the contact page to get in touch…

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