Monday, July 29, 2013

Mugs Monday LXVIII

It looks like a small soup bowl but I use it for morning tea sometimes. I personally call it a "Bottich" (which is in English a Vat or a Tub)
It's new & green, which you somehow can not see on this picture. I might have to take a better picture soon, this just does no justice to its beautiful colour.

Sorry, but this is a short one since I am a bit ill. :)

Monday, July 22, 2013

Mugs Monday LXVII

I bought this mug for my father ages ago.
Having only been brought up loosely in the Muslim Religion I didn't know this was actually a variation of the Jerusalem Cross. Which, as my Father [who is a (former evangelic/presbytherian) Atheist] told me, also is in Germany the sign for the German Evangelical Church Congress
I only saw a beautiful geometrical pattern & maybe some resemblance to the Flag of the Country of Georgia.

Well, that was a short one all you lovely people. ;)
Until next week.

Monday, July 15, 2013

Mugs Monday LXVI

In celebration of my Mother's B-Day this week.
I bought this for her a few years ago. Shes doesn't know much english but knew what mother & coffee meant so she wanted this when we went through the isles of my fave Mug 'outlet-store'.
In the red 'banner' at the bottom of it, it says "Always Reliable"
Isn't that what mothers ought to be? ;)

Monday, July 8, 2013

MM 65

I bought this small, chinese bowl/cup/mug at Heng Long's in Cologne for 99¢ (€urocents)While it is 9.3cm in diameter at the top it is barely 4cm high.
Just right for one small cup of tea whenever you need it. :D
Take a good look at it from the top to see the 'dunked' colours better!
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