Cups You Made Yourself - Page 2

Want to talk espresso but not sure which forum? If so, this is the right one.
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pGolay

#11: Post by pGolay »

Very much a mock-celadon at best - I do not have access to anything other than mid-range oxidation firing at the moment so glazes are pretty pedestrian.
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chipman

#12: Post by chipman »

Beautiful! now, all you need is a celeste colored Bianchi road bike to go with that cup.

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pGolay

#13: Post by pGolay »

Titanium all the way - 15 year old Litespeed.

Here're some stacking cups ~8 oz, 230 ml , Aeropress-friendly...
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pGolay

#14: Post by pGolay »

Here a few new espresso cups, plus a larger one.

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yakster
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#15: Post by yakster »

Nice espresso cups, I like the handles.
-Chris

LMWDP # 272

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pGolay

#16: Post by pGolay »

A couple more - slowly adding to the worlds supply of espresso cups.


and one for the morning cup

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Chert

#17: Post by Chert »

Pascal,

I like those demitasse. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
LMWDP #198

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pGolay

#18: Post by pGolay »

A couple more 'spressos came throught the pipe -
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rhines44

#19: Post by rhines44 »

Here's a coffee mug and trivet set I created a while back. It was 3D designed, 3D printed in clay, then fired and glazed.




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pGolay

#20: Post by pGolay »

Nice - who did the 3d printing for this? I've only dealt with one outfit - marginal success...
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