Miranda (a female given name meaning "worthy of admiration") features a sweet and simple flower decoration in blue or chocolate brown.
This pattern was made using the air-brush stencil technique, which creates beautifully soft and fuzzy edges around the pattern. This technique has a strong vintage feel and was very popular in the 60s and 70s.
Stencil-printed decorations are simple but adorable: flowers, dots and stripes. Decorative cups are often highlighted by the solid colour of the saucers. Stencils were used to produce dishwasher safe everyday coffee cups with a bit rougher quality.
A set of a cup and a saucer for hot drinks. Usually used for serving coffee- or espresso-based drinks but also hot chocolate or tea. Beautiful coffee cups are popular as gifts. They fit well for both a hurry-free everyday and celebrations.
Many collect these cups for their diverse decorations and for the fact they don't take up much space and look cute even on a shelf.
These cute cups have some small imperfections, such as minor marks of wear or tiny scratches. There is also some typical inaccuracy with the blue stencil colour.