This new mug from Wild and Wolf utilizes the well known WWII slogan Dig for Victory.
The slogan was used to encourage everyone on the home front to turn gardeners to keep Britain fed and is boldly emblazoned across the mug in a retro font. The mug is made from enamel to enhance the practical, utility feel and is the perfect gift for the green fingered people in your life.
The mug costs £7.95.
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Ella Doran is becoming a regular feature of the UK high street thanks to her collaborations with various retailers, the latest of which is Habitat.
The Joanie range is inspired by Ella's personal collection of vintage tea plates, with family heirlooms and charity shop finds updated and re-imagined to create a distinctive pattern with a contemporary flavour.
The range incorporates everything you need to hold a stylish tea party; bone-china tea-cups and dessert plates, napkins and a table runner – a great reason to get an apron on and get baking.
You can see the full range and buy here.
Nostalgic for the days of cassette tapes? Even if your choice of musical format has moved on, you can share your love with this C60 mug, designed by Rod Clark.
The design is based on the label from a 1970s BASF cassette tape which has been simply wrapped around the mug. Perfect for using alongside this cassette coaster.
The mug costs £6.99
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Looking for a reasonably priced gift for a secret Santa or a stocking filler? You could do worse than looking at the Heritage London range which includes this bus mug.
The mug features an illustration by Fiona Howard and has the same retro feel as her other work. It features a simplified outline of a red London bus, contrasting nicely to the cream of the mug. There's also a black taxi available in the same range.
Made from earthenware and completely microwave and dishwasher safe, the mug costs just £6.
Buy it from Marks & Spencer
Good cause, great design and an opportunity for a nice cup of tea – what's not to like about the Elle Deco Sanna Annukka mug produced to raise money for Shelter?
One of several artists asked by Elle Deco to contribute to this project to raise money for the charity, Sanna Annukka's folk-inspired designs are no stranger to this site and this limited edition mug reflects her style. Apparently she looked to summer flowers for her inspiration and it has translated into a bold decorative design, with the red and black looking striking against the white of the Churchill mug, as well as reflecting the colours of the Shelter logo.
The other mugs in the set have a more contemporary feel with designs by Stephen Jones and Richard Woods.
The mugs cost £7 each with 50% of the selling price going to Shelter.
Buy it from John Lewis
We've featured the John Lewis Revival furniture range previously including its mid-century inspired sideboard. You can now get the mugs to go with the furniture too, with their Revival mug range.
Like the furniture, the designs are very much influenced by the 1950s and 60s, such as with the Pots and Pans mug pictured which features sketchily drawn ceramics. The other mugs are covered in more naturally inspired designs with the elm leaf and the seed mug.
Each mug costs £5.
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