Drink in Pantone©!
Fantastic Pantone Universe™ Bone China Mug in Violet 7672 is new to the collection. The new bone china is lighter, brighter and whiter than the older style of ceramic mug. It also sports the new Pantone Universe™ logo.
Dishwasher safe and microwave proof. Holds 11.5 oz and measures 3.5 in by 3.1 in.
Pantone© Violet 7672 is a vibrant bluish purple. Think gothic, pansy petals, ultra violet, witches hats and sprouting broccoli. Pantone© is a design industry standard when it comes to communicating, matching and working with color. What would we creative types do without it?
We're happy to be the top online seller of Pantone© mugs. We offer them in prepacked sets as well as individually so you can create your own palette. 18 new colors available.
About Pantone©, via Wikipedia:
Pantone began as a commercial printing company in the 1950s. In 1956, they hired recent Hofstra University graduate Lawrence Herbert as a part-time employee. Herbert used his chemistry knowledge to systematize and simplify the company's stock of pigments and production of colored inks; by 1962, Herbert was running the ink and printing division at a profit, while the commercial-display division was $50,000 in debt; he subsequently purchased the company's technological assets from his employers and renamed them "Pantone".
The company's primary products include the Pantone Guides, which consist of a large number of small (approximately 6×2 inches or 15×5 cm) thin cardboard sheets, printed on one side with a series of related color swatches and then bound into a small "fan deck". For instance, a particular "page" might contain a number of yellows of varying tints.
The idea behind the PMS is to allow designers to 'color match' specific colors when a design enters production stage—regardless of the equipment used to produce the color. This system has been widely adopted by graphic designers and reproduction and printing houses for a number of years now. Pantone recommends that PMS Color Guides be purchased annually as their inks become more yellow over time. Color variance also occurs within editions based on the paper stock used (coated, matte or uncoated), while interedition color variance occurs when there are changes to the specific paper stock used.
We drink our morning coffee in Pantone mugs every day. My favorite new color? 172 Paprika!
Everyone on our staff gets a big kick out of picking their color of the day or letting each other select one that fits their mood or outfit.
A lot of businesses send mug sets out to clients as thank you gifts. We're happy to work with you to make your gift special.