WHAT MAKES A SECOND?
The most common flaw that makes a cup a second is that the inside of the lip has a more box like edge instead of a rounded edge. Still comfortable to drink out of- just not what I am going for as a first. Other common flaws are an overly heavy cup, or a slightly dry and/or pitted lip. Also slight color variations will cause a cup to be pulled aside.
I am very picky, so often it is hard to tell what makes it a second.
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Like prints of a painting, the cups that make up my “Lucky Cup Line” are faithful reproductions of my originals. Designed in my Washington State studio, made in Thailand.
The wares are food, microwave, and dishwasher safe, as well as family and café proven strong.
WHAT MAKES A SECOND? The most common flaw is a slightly dry lip. Other flaws are when the lip is a bit thicker than I wanted, and curves in ever...
WHAT MAKES A SECOND? The most common flaw that makes a cup a second is a “shadow” from the slip casting process. This appears as a thin “crack”, but in...