Taking cup as muse, more than 100 of the world’s foremost artists have created collections since -no two ever alike, and each a revelation. The set makes a distinctive gift for lovers of art and coffee alike.
Graphics are from Sebastiao Salgado’s In Principo Project, these photos from Ethiopia. Produced by Illy Coffee Co. Salgado is a humanist photographer originally from Brazil. (You might enjoy his Ted Talk on You Tube.).
<p>NEW Illy set 3 cappuccino white cups cup red logo +saucers +extra cup/saucer</p><br><p>Available for auction is a brand new set of 3 Illy Cappuccino cup & saucer set. The set actually contains 4 cups and 4 saucers. However - one cup arrived with a flea chip on the rim. The tiny chip is not where your lip would hit the cup. It is more like a nip in the glaze rather than a true chip. Thus I am throwing in the slightly damaged cup and perfect saucer at no cost. I hate to waste!</p><br><p>Examine pictures carefully and ask any questions before auction ends</p><br><p>Condition is New. </p><br><p>Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.</p>
Cappuccino Cup by Contemporary Artist Robert Wilson, Limited Edition Signed and Number by the Artist, this Cup Being #12071. It was made in Italy by IPA. Height is 4" tall x 3 3/16" wide plus circle handle.
<p>Retro Vintage Heavy Brown Walnut Restaurant Coffee Mug DCC USA Made Lot Of 4. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail Medium Flat Rate Box. Rare style to find. Great condition. See pictures for condition and details.</p>
<p dir="ltr">Artist, JEFF KOONS Mugs, Illy Collection 2004, Ed. #2987 & #3108, Made in Italy. Condition is Used, no chips or ceacks. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Fast ship!</p>%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a%0a
Here are a couple of really nice espresso cups and large biscuit saucers from our personal collection. The saucers measure 5 1/4 inches across making them ideal to hold a cookie or biscotti for one plate service.
Tobias Rehberger (Esslingen, 1966) is one of Germany’s most successful contemporary artists. He established his reputation during the 1990s, reinterpreting interiors and exteriors by using design, lighting and architecture to create new forms and new ways of engaging the public.