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Eames Dots mugs at Utility Design

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Want to get a knowing nod off your design-savvy workmates? Get yourself an Eames Dots mug.

The design itself dates back to 1947, Charles and Ray Eames produced it originally for a cotton fabric as part of a competition at the Museum of Modern Art. it didn't actually get used 'back in the day', but has since been unearthed and used widely on recent designs, like this one.

The mugs are China mugs, with the design used with the approval of the Eames estate. Choose from the three colours above, each selling for £8.

Find out more at the Utility Design website