There are two primary reasons why Children's Tableware by Mianne Devries is the ideal collection to give to your kids. One has to do with ergonomics and the other concerns satisfying the youthful craving for fun.
A pair of ceramic cups in two sizes are designed to be held in different ways. A broad-brimmed and shallow mug has one channel indent down its side, encouraging the user to cup it from underneath with her thumb tucked into the recess. The second drinking vessel is a taller one with a pair of groves up its length. This is intended to be sipped with both sets of fingers grasping either depression.
But if there was ever any concern that your kid wouldn't polish off the contents of his glass, every piece of Children's Tableware by Mianne Devries has been engraved with the image of an animal's muzzle, inviting the youngster to raise the mug to his face.
Adorable Animal-Nose Mugs
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Winsome Wind-Up Mugs
Paint Chip Crockery
Illusory Levitating Cups
Inset Mug Sleeves
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