Accoutrements World's Largest Coffee Cup
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- Made of porcelain
- Holds 20 cups of coffee
- Great novelty item
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As you sit down for your morning coffee, have you ever considered sharing with the squirrels? Just pour a little hazelnut coffee into this 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" (3.2 cm x 3.2 cm) porcelain Squirrel Coffee Cup, set it down on your window ledge, and wait for a squirrel to come and enjoy it with you. It would also look incredibly cute in front of a hedgehog dressed as a tiny businessman.
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Is there any greater symbol of your love of coffee than 6.5" (15.9 cm) tall, 10" (25.4 cm) in diameter real porcelain cup perched on the edge of your desk or kitchen counter? While you should never drink 20 cups of coffee in one sitting, you can take comfort in knowing that the World's Largest Coffee Cup could hold 20 regular cups. Of course, that's only 19 cups if you leave room for cream. Made of porcelain. Heavy.
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Actually drinking coffee out of this would be crazy. It is way too heavy to pick up by the handle, and the edge of the cup spills too easily.
I plan to use mine at home on my kitchen counter as a storage bowl for pens, mail, scissors and other things.