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Nice things to know about the history of mugs.
It’s always nice to learn more about a product you use. The ceramic mug we use is a popular choice nowadays since it retains heat, is more environmentally friendly than other materials and is dishwasher safe. But which mugs have been used over the years?
- The first mug was made from bone in the New Stone Age, around 10,000 BC in China and Japan.
- There were also mugs from carved wood around 10,000 BC.
- The Greeks made clay mugs in 4,000-5,000 BC. These mugs were not really comfortable because the walls where too thick to drink from.
- The first ceramic mugs made on potter’s wheels were found in about 2,000 BC.
- But around 2,000 BC most people used metal mugs, made from bronze, gold, lead and silver. These had thins walls and where easy to use.
- Somewhere in 600 BC porcelain found its origin in China, which is still a favorite for mug makers.
- Mugs have always been made in different shapes. But the traditional coffee mug was designed in 1945 by the Victor Insulator Company.
- The first travel mugs appeared in the 1980s.
- Nowadays, people develop new and innovative mugs all the time. For example with removable bluetooth speaker or a built-in microphone to take phone calls. And all kind of materials are used: ceramic, porcelain, stoneware, melamine, stainless steel, wood, plastic, paper and glass.
- In 2021 the firs MOST HUNTED mugs were made to create awareness and funds to save wildlife. A traditional mug with a non traditional message, inviting people to fight back for wildlife and spread love, wild love.