WHAT MAKES A SECOND?
The most common flaw is an overly heavy cup with a slightly thicker lip than I was going for.
This style is getting discontinued- so these are mostly "firsts" being sold at a lower price as I let them go
This smaller cup is "smaller" than the new cups of this size category (the new hummingbird, new hedgehog, elf owl and small dog are all slightly larger)
I am very picky, so often it is hard to tell what makes it a second.
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 that makes a cup a second is a “shadow” from the slip casting process. This appears as a thin “crack”, but in...
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...