Kara (central part of fruit, containing the seed) features a cute flower decoration in blue or brown.
This pattern was made by combining screen printing with 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 in the decoration. The saucers are in good condition. They don't have Arabia stamps and there might be a few tiny lumps, dents or lighter spots on the brown glazing. Please see the photos for examples.