10 Great Literary Mugs for Librarians

There’s nothing like curling up with a good book and a cup of tea (or coffee depending on your preference). But what would make that even better is having one of these awesome literary mugs in your hand! Here are ten mugs that any librarian would enjoy – can you guess what literary work, writer, or theme each represents? Answers are below the photos!

1) banned
2) hunger
3) darcy
4) sherlock
5) henryv
6) insults
7) potter
8) rings
9) flies
10) alice

1) Banned Books Mug
Boldly displays the title of some the world’s most famous banned books, from Galileo’s Dialogo to Rushdie’s Satanic Verses and 22 titles in between.

2) Hunger Games Mug
There are plenty of Hunger Games related mugs and other goodies available on Etsy!

3) Mr & Mrs Darcy Mugs, Set of 2, Jane Austen Mugs
Any Jane Austen fan is sure to appreciate these and other Pride and Prejudice mugs available on Etsy!

4) Sherlock Holmes “Eliminate the impossible….” Mug
This is actually a two-sided design mug with the other side featuring a cameo of Holmes himself.

5) Henry V, Shakespeare Mug
This cool mug features the quote “You have witchcraft in your lips” from Shakespeare’s Henry V. The deep red lipstick print has Shakespeare’s name written into the right hand side of the lower lip print!

6) Shakespearean Insult Mug
The Shakespeare Insults mug is covered with the Bard’s funniest and most biting insults from his plays.

7) Handmade Harry Potter Mug: Grim Edition
Get your patronus charge with this hand drawn cappuccino mug (18oz.) and marked with the sign of the Grim.

8) Lord of the Rings Cappuccino Mug
Hand drawn inscription from the ring on The Lord of the Rings. “One ring to rule them all, one ting to find them, one ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.”

9) Lord of the Flies Piggy Mug
A clever reference to one of the all-time classics.

10) Alice in Wonderland drink me white teacup with saucer
Go down the rabbit hole with this elegantly hand made cup and saucer!