Ceramic Crinkle Cups

Ceramic Crinkle Cups

Crinkled to look like a throwaway (or thrown-away) cup, these white ceramic cups come in two sizes - a "life-size" version, and a mini version that we think is perfect for espresso or sake. Just don't drink so much that you really do throw these away - they are far too precious!

  • You can pick your friends and you can pick your nose, but you can't pick your friend's nose... Except in the case of these cups. Give your friend the perfect nose or one completely unbecoming with these cups.

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