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Japanese Household Teapot Set

Japanese Household Teapot Set

Product Specification
Product Size 13x15.4/16x15.5CM
Material Glass
Sample Lead Time 7 Days
Production Lead Time 15 Days
Capacity 360/480ML
Japanese Household Teapot Set
Customization Japanese Household Teapot Set Corporate Gifts
Customization Japanese Household Teapot Set Corporate Gifts
Customization Japanese Household Teapot Set Corporate Gifts
Customization Japanese Household Teapot Set Corporate Gifts

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In today's world, personalisation and the availability of many different options has resulted us in questioning if our traditional thinking that drinking with a ceramic mug is still the best option for tea and coffee drinkers. In this competitive environment we do not want to miss out on the latest trend amongst our friends or even our competitors. Therefore, ceramic mugs and coffee mugs have become popular corporate gifts and corproate souvenirs. Glass mugs offer us a new experience however, the taste between ceramic mugs is minimal. This article will be discuss the similarities, differences, advantages and disadvantages of both glass and ceramic mugs before you decide to order which mug type to order for your business as a corporate gift.

1. Material

Glass mugs are made of tempered or borosilicate glass which helps the mug to withstand higher temperatures and be more durable. Borosilicate glass contains 15% boron trioxide (B2O3) making it resistant to thermal stress. Double glassed mugs also further provides the mug with more resilience. Unlike, ceramic mugs glass mugs are transparent. Ceramic mugs on the other hand are more resilient to shattering and are coated with an inner layer of ceramic to retain heat. The appearances of ceramic mugs vary massively, ceramic mugs come in all shapes, colours, patterns and designs. Both materials are also microwave safe, making it suitable to reheat drinks in a short space of time.

2. Durability

Although, both glass and ceramic mugs are made of materials to reduce heat loss and probability of shattering. They are still prone to breaking. However, glass is the most fragile material and needs extra precaution particularly when suddenly putting the glass under thermal stress when adding cold or hot liquids. For example, finishing your favourite hot drink and immediately washing your glass mug in cold water will result in the glass mug shattering. In contrast, ceramic mugs will not shatter under different temperature stresses. Ceramic mugs are also susceptible to chipping but like glass mugs, they'll easily shatter if accidentally dropped from a height. Therefore, in terms of fragility ceramic mugs are a better choice as a corporate gift.

3. Appearance

Ceramic mugs offer a large variety of customisation whereas glass mugs have little to no variety. Ceramic mugs can be personalised and designed with your favourite pattern, design, logo or quote. Having more access to customisation creates more attachment to your own mug and can be enjoyed by everyone. Mugs can be a great special gift to friends and family. In addition, companies can design ceramic mugs as a corporate gift for their employees, customers and perspective clients. In contrast, glass mugs do not have any opportunity for design therefore, companies cannot use glass mugs to advertise their company logo onto a glass mug.

4. Standing Out From The Crowd

One notable and large advantage of glass mugs is that everybody can see what you are drinking. This is quite a great advantage as you can attract the gaze of those around you at home, in the work place, or in a restaurant. The uniqueness of the glass design can make it a good corporate souvenir for employees or clients.  Drinks that are designed for glass mugs are generally special in appearance which can gives your glass transparent mug a superior appearance edge. For example, try ordering an Irish coffee in a cafe or restaurant and see all those around you quickly ask the waiter to order what you're having. See the image below for an example of an Irish Coffee.
Irish Coffee

Unlike glass mugs, unique drinks in ceramic mugs aren't visible to other people in your surroundings. Therefore, unless you have a unique funny slogan on the face of your ceramic cup, you wont be standing out from the crowd. 

5. Overall: What's the best choice?

Choosing between a glass mug or ceramic mug is down to your own personal choice. If you're looking for a simple durable mug then ceramic mugs are your best choice. However, if you one to expose yourself to new drinks and new things, it would be useful to have a glass mug or two sitting in the cupboard for special occasions. Generally, some each mug has their own purpose so whenever you go out to a restaurant or cafe it really depends on the type of drink you order which affects whether you get a ceramic or glass mug. However, if you're a business or just looking for some mug customisation as a gift or as a corporate souvenir, ceramic mugs are far superior. Ceramic mugs offer unlimited customisation options which makes it an obvious choice as a corporate gift over glass mugs.


Glass mugs are unique in appearance which helps you stand out from the crowd when drinking your favourite beverage.
Ceramic is more superior due to its durability and larger range of customisation.

Remove label
Removing labels from glass jars can be a challenge, especially if the label is old and has been on the jar for a long time. The glue used to attach the label can be strong and difficult to remove, leaving residue on the jar. But with a few simple steps, you can successfully remove the label and leave your jar clean and ready for reuse. Below is a step-by-step guide on how to remove labels from glass jars.

Step by Step Guide

  1. step1

    Soak the Jar
    Fill a sink or basin with warm, soapy water and place the jar in it. Soak the jar for about 10 to 15 minutes. This will help to loosen the glue on the label and make it easier to remove.

  2. step2

    Lift the Edge of the Label
    Once the jar has soaked, use a plastic scraper or a credit card to gently lift a corner of the label. Start at a corner and work your way around the label, gradually lifting it until it is completely separated from the jar.

  3. step3

    Peel off the Label
    Once you have lifted a corner of the label, grab the edge and slowly peel it off, pulling it towards you. If the label is particularly stubborn, try using a plastic scraper or credit card to gently scrape it off while pulling.

  4. step4

    Clean Residual
    If there is any residual adhesive left on the jar, gently rub it with a cloth dipped in warm, soapy water or vinegar. If the residue is particularly stubborn, you can also try using a baking soda and water paste, or even a commercial adhesive remover.

  5. step5

    Rinse & Dry the Jar
    Once you have removed all of the adhesive, rinse the jar with warm water and dry it with a clean cloth. You may also want to let the jar air dry for a few hours to ensure that it is completely dry and free of any residue.

If the label is especially stubborn and does not come off easily, you can try using a few additional methods to remove it. One option is to soak the jar in a mixture of warm water and vinegar for a few hours. The acidic properties of vinegar can help to break down the glue and make it easier to remove the label. Another option is to use a commercial adhesive remover, which can be found at most hardware stores or online. Simply apply the adhesive remover to the label, let it sit for a few minutes, and then gently peel off the label. In addition to the above methods, there are also a few tips to keep in mind when removing labels from glass jars.

Few Reminders

  1. Be patient: Removing labels from glass jars can take some time, especially if the label is old or particularly stubborn. Take your time and don’t be too aggressive, as this could damage the jar or leave residue.

  2. Be gentle: When peeling off the label, use a gentle, slow motion. Do not use excessive force, as this can damage the jar or leave residue.

  3. Avoid using abrasive materials: Do not use abrasive materials, such as sandpaper or steel wool, to remove the label. These materials can scratch the surface of the jar and make it difficult to clean.

  4. Reuse the jar: Once you have removed the label from the jar, consider reusing it for storage, crafting, or another purpose. Glass jars are versatile and can be used for a variety of projects, making them a great addition to your home.


In summary, removing labels from glass jars can be a time-consuming task, but with the right tools and techniques, it is possible to get the job done. So, the next time you have a glass jar with a stubborn label, give these steps a try and you'll have a clean and clear jar in no time.


A credit card or a scraper is suffice to scrap off the label if it's stubborn to remove.
Gently rub it with a cloth dipped in warm, soapy water or even vinegar. If the residue still wont peel off, you can also try using a baking soda or even a commercial adhesive remover.
Soak the jar for about 10 to 15 minutes. This will soften the glue on the label which will make it easier to remove.