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Modern White - Coffe Cup

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Modern White - American Coffe Cup


  • Keeps beverages at desired temperatures for extended periods
  • Crafted from durable ceramic for long-lasting use
  • Smooth surface ensures hassle-free cleaning after each use
  • Makes for a thoughtful and practical gift for coffee enthusiasts
This Modern White Coffee Cup, designed in industrial style features a clean white ceramic body with black dots scattered across its surface. The contrast between the white background and the black dots adds a bold and graphic element to the cup, reflecting the industrial style's emphasis on geometric shapes and monochromatic color schemes.




The industrial-inspired design of this cup makes it a versatile choice for various occasions. Whether you're sipping your morning coffee, enjoying an afternoon tea, or serving beverages to guests, this cup adds a touch of modern sophistication to any setting.

Crafted from high-quality ceramic, the cup is durable and easy to clean. Its sleek and minimalist design also makes it a stylish addition to your kitchen or dining area, even when not in use.



The color scheme provided by the white cup with black dots offers flexibility for incorporating various hues. Pair it with a monochromatic scheme for a modern, sophisticated look, or add pops of bold, vibrant colors like burnt orange or mustard yellow for an eclectic edge.





Volume: 320ml
Material: Ceramics
Color: White

** Wooden Tray not Included

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⚫ Crafted by local craftsmen and selected by our experts

⚫ Exemplary Standards of Manufacturing Quality

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"With each item you bring into your home, you're not just decorating; you're expressing a part of who you are, creating a sanctuary that resonates with your individuality."

-Raphael Becker, Chief Innovation Officer