Working with Heartbreak Publishing, the popular artist's publisher, McLaggan Smith will be bringing out a series of mugs depicting famous Vettriano images.
Reproductions of the high-profile artist's work are some of the commercial art world's biggest money-spinners
His best-known image, The Singing Butler, has become one of the highest selling reproductions in the world, along with Mad Dogs, Dance Me To The End Of Love, The Picnic Party and others.
Founded in 1974 by husband-and-wife team Wally and Camille Smith, the Vale of Leven firm was inspired by ceramics seen by Wally when working as commercial pilot in Germany.
Now run by the Smiths' daughter, Camille, McLaggan Smith has a turn-over of around £2 million and provides work for 30 people in an area of high unemployment.
Originally manufacturing at its Jamestown premises, the firm later outsourced this to Stoke-on-Trent and then to China.
However, the company's staff in Scotland still do the majority of the printing and decoration.
Marketing through trade shows and online, the firm's mugs sell as far afield as Australia, Japan and Scandinavia.
This new collection will join its others in museum shops across Glasgow, while previous collections, the most popular being that for the Queen's diamond jubilee, are sold by retailers such as John Lewis and in shops including the Tate Modern in London and at National Trust properties throughout the UK.