Aptly named, the Cup-puccina, the tough stackable cups and saucers are designed for coffee lovers and those devoted to serving good coffee in style.

The cups and saucers are formed using hot worked transparent cylindrical semi-finished components. Borosilicate glass is perfect for this coffee cup application as it is able to sustain major temperature changes and is microwave safe. It is resistant to thermal shock more so than common glass, and most commonly used to make chemical reagent bottles.

The glassware can survive frequent washes in the dishwasher and is fully recyclable. No doubt you could fit these perfectly stacked into small kitchen shelves as well. The range was designed for Aliantedizioni.

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