Top 3 Styles of Egg Cups

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Top 3 Styles of Egg Cups

Boiled eggs with soldiers are a popular treat at breakfast time, especially when served in egg cups. They are available in numerous designs, from elegant ceramic cups to fun versions shaped like chickens. The top three styles of egg cups offer special designs that enhance the breakfast table.

 

Vintage Egg Cups

Vintage egg cups are typically made from porcelain, which has a delicate look, but is a durable material. Retro egg cups feature traditional designs, such as pastel roses on a white background, classic grapes and leaves, and Scandinavian patterns in bright reds and blues. Many fine bone china egg cups have a gold rim around the top, which offers an elegant look. Silver-plated egg cups are excellent gifts for new babies or collectors. Classic blue and white patterns look good when displayed on a shelf.

 

Novelty Egg Cups

Novelty egg cups are available in unusual and often fun designs, such as the ghosts from Pac-Man or double-decker buses. For sports fans, there are rugby player and golf club egg cups. Double egg cups in the shape of a women's bikini top may raise a laugh from adults. Ballerinas and superheroes in plastic capes are ideal children's egg cups. There are novelty egg cup sets that include animals, scooters, and policemen. For the perfect wedding gift, customise a matching pair of Mr and Mrs egg cups with the names and wedding date of the happy bride and groom.

 

Contemporary Egg Cups

Contemporary egg cups are available in a wide range of styles that suit a modern kitchen. They are made from materials that include metal and wood, which reflect a minimalist style. The Alessi egg cup in stainless steel has a simple round futuristic design. There are also box-shaped egg cups with angular corners and sleek edges. Small wooden trays with a space for an egg and room to hold buttered toast soldiers make it easy to serve breakfast.

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