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  1. Anamophic Glass (Cheers)

    Cheers! Enjoy drinking form this top quality glass which has a silver-coloured panel at base that neatly reflects the silicone coaster. An unusual and eye-catching design that will add a touch of fun social occasion. Learn More

    Availability: In stock

  2. Anamophic Glass (Thank You)

    Cheers! Enjoy drinking form this top quality glass which has a silver-coloured panel at base that neatly reflects the silicone coaster. An unusual and eye-catching design that will add a touch of fun social occasion. Learn More

    Availability: In stock

  3. Anamorphic Cup (Cancer)

    “Anamorphose” is from the Greek ana meaning “back” or “again”, and morphe, meaning “form”. It refers to a distorted image that only appears normal when viewed with or reflected from a special device. Such curiosities first appeared in the 1600s, and became popular throughout Europe in the 18th Century. The Anamorphic Cup is the first product to employ the centuries old visual play of the anamorphic cylinder. The stainless steel cup has a polished mirror finish. He porcelain saucer is printed with distorted images or words. These graphics can only be viewed correctly though the curved, reflective surface of the cup. The image is indecipherable when the cup and saucer are separate. Learn More

    Availability: Out of stock

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  4. Anamorphic Cup (Father)

    “Anamorphose” is from the Greek ana meaning “back” or “again”, and morphe, meaning “form”. It refers to a distorted image that only appears normal when viewed with or reflected from a special device. Such curiosities first appeared in the 1600s, and became popular throughout Europe in the 18th Century. The Anamorphic Cup is the first product to employ the centuries old visual play of the anamorphic cylinder. The stainless steel cup has a polished mirror finish. He porcelain saucer is printed with distorted images or words. These graphics can only be viewed correctly though the curved, reflective surface of the cup. The image is indecipherable when the cup and saucer are separate. Learn More

    Availability: In stock

  5. Anamorphic Cup (Gemini)

    “Anamorphose” is from the Greek ana meaning “back” or “again”, and morphe, meaning “form”. It refers to a distorted image that only appears normal when viewed with or reflected from a special device. Such curiosities first appeared in the 1600s, and became popular throughout Europe in the 18th Century. The Anamorphic Cup is the first product to employ the centuries old visual play of the anamorphic cylinder. The stainless steel cup has a polished mirror finish. He porcelain saucer is printed with distorted images or words. These graphics can only be viewed correctly though the curved, reflective surface of the cup. The image is indecipherable when the cup and saucer are separate. Learn More

    Availability: Out of stock

    Out of stock

  6. Anamorphic Cup (Happy Birthday)

    “Anamorphose” is from the Greek ana meaning “back” or “again”, and morphe, meaning “form”. It refers to a distorted image that only appears normal when viewed with or reflected from a special device. Such curiosities first appeared in the 1600s, and became popular throughout Europe in the 18th Century. The Anamorphic Cup is the first product to employ the centuries old visual play of the anamorphic cylinder. The stainless steel cup has a polished mirror finish. He porcelain saucer is printed with distorted images or words. These graphics can only be viewed correctly though the curved, reflective surface of the cup. The image is indecipherable when the cup and saucer are separate. Learn More

    Availability: In stock

  7. Anamorphic Cup (Mother)

    “Anamorphose” is from the Greek ana meaning “back” or “again”, and morphe, meaning “form”. It refers to a distorted image that only appears normal when viewed with or reflected from a special device. Such curiosities first appeared in the 1600s, and became popular throughout Europe in the 18th Century. The Anamorphic Cup is the first product to employ the centuries old visual play of the anamorphic cylinder. The stainless steel cup has a polished mirror finish. He porcelain saucer is printed with distorted images or words. These graphics can only be viewed correctly though the curved, reflective surface of the cup. The image is indecipherable when the cup and saucer are separate. Learn More

    Availability: In stock

  8. Bird Salt and Pepper Shaker

    Why not decorate your dinner table with something useful? These pretty porcelain blue tits are actually salt and pepper shakers - the bird looking at the sky carries the salt and the pepper bird is pecking at the ground. A perfect gift for a friend, and why not treat yourself to a pair too? Each set contains one salt and one pepper shaker. This set is complied with LFGB and FDA safety standard. Learn More

    Availability: In stock

  9. Birdrizzlers

    What better way to decorate your dining table than with these two elegant oil and vinegar drizzlers? Crafted to resemble a pair of love birds, these white porcelain containers have removable heads, with silicone rings to keep them snugly attached when you are pouring the oil and vinegar through their beaks. Each set contains two drizzlers. This set is complied with LFGB and FDA safety standard. Learn More

    Availability: In stock

  10. Cactus Canister

    Our Cactus Canister is designed match our Teapot Set and set of stacking Cactus Cups and snack dish. Made from elegant white porcelain, to complement your eisting crockery, this lively piece comes with an innovative canister carrying the tea leaf Learn More

    Availability: In stock

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