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Monday, March 28, 2011

Cup Shapes & Styles

Hi! This week I would like to share with you the different types of cup shapes & styles. Each cup shape has it's own personality & adds it's own charm to each cup collection.


This shape is called -Adelaide



This shape is called- Adelaide (Scalloped)


This shape is called - Art Deco



This Shape is called- Art Deco (Swirl)


This shape is called- Avon


This shape is called- Bowl



This shape is called- Brisol Beaker


This shape is called- Brisol Beaker (Scalloped)


This shape is called- Bute


This shape is called- Bucket


This Shape is called- Bucket (Swirl)


This shape is called- Chocolate


This Shape is called - Coffee Can


This shape is called- Corinth



This shape is called- Countess


This shape is called- Countess (Swirl)


This shape is called- Coupe



This shape is called- Doris


This shape is called- Elizabethan


This shape is called- Empire


This shape is called- Encore


This shape is called- Flower


This shape is called- Fluted


This shape is called- Fragonard


This shape is called- Glasgow


This shape is called- Hexagon


This shape is called- London


This shape is called- Lyric


This shape is called- Malvern


This shape is called- Montrose


This shape is called- Oval (Egg)


This shape is called- Paneled


This shape is called- Quatrefoil


This shape is called- Ribbed


This shape is called- Scot


This shape is called- Shell or Neptune


This shape is called- Smooth


This shape is called- Shelly or Dainty


This shape is called- Square


This shape is called- Victoria

   Next week I will have cup handle shapes! Have a Great week!





























2 comments:

  1. Wow- I had no idea there were that many shapes!

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  2. wonderful information, I am preparing for a Questors talk on demitasse cups and saucers. I love the information on the cup shapes and handles and would like to use this with pics for my talk. Is your work published that I could purchase it?. Or can you recommend books that address demitasse in particular? I bought a collection of 150 cups with saucers, all singles. No nothing about the cups but love espresso!

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