Bottom numbering for your mugs
And all the options that go with it
Numbering is a great way to emphasize to your customers that the mugs they buy from you are limited edition, plus it's an easy way to promote your brand's exclusivity. Sunset Hill Stoneware offers a few options for numbering the bottom of your mugs. Each style is slightly different.
Option A: Standard Successive
To deliver the message to your customers that your unique mugs are limited edition, Sunset Hill Stoneware offers the option of stamping your mugs to show how many were in this edition. For example, if you order 72 mugs from us, we will number them as 1/72, 2/72, 3/72 and so on. We stamp these numbers on the bottom of our mugs in potter's ink, which withstands the high temperatures of our kilns and will be seen on your mugs for years to come.
This option is perfect for mug clubs and other membership programs. To learn more about how to use standard successive mug numbering for your business, contact your sales rep or call 800-509-4662.
OPTION B: Standard Single
If you want to have your mugs numbered but don't want to indicate how many mugs there are in any particular run, or if you plan on releasing later editions, we offer plain numbering. Like Option A, this numbering method uses special ink to create a permanent mark on the bottom of your mugs while still letting your customers know they've bought a one-of-a-kind mug.
Standard single numbering is ideal for mug clubs and loyalty programs. To learn more about how to use standard single numbering for your business, contact your sales rep or call 800-509-4662.
OPTION C: ETCHING
Want a more subtle numbering option than stamping the bottom of your mugs in potter's ink? Sunset Hill Stoneware also offers the option of etching the numbers into the bottom of your mugs. These numbers are etched into the bottom of your mugs early in the mug-making process and become permanently set after they are bisque fired.
Interested in having bottom numbering added to your custom logo mugs? Contact your sales rep or give us a call at 800-509-4662 for more information.