That's like... $15 US dollars, right?Why are reproductions as much, or MORE than vintage? OK, so there are a *few* exceptions, but $15 for a reproduction mug?I'd say, only if you have nothing but Eames in your house, because really cool late 60's mugs like you like are for sale all over the place for cheep cheep cheep lol...
Ooooor if it makes your heart sing, then buy it. =)
Nup don't like them. Sure the design "print" is 50s-like but the cup shape reeks of 80s standard mug. Columbine
I agree with both of you, if they were like £2 - fine. Even £4 - maybe, but not £8.1950s - those late 60s mugs I like may start off cheap but they skyrocket. Maybe I need to start checking out the US offerings but the postage can be a bit prohibitive.
Hmmm I'll tell you, the cost of postage here in the US has put a major pinch on a lot of my buying. They keep raising the postal rates, and it makes getting smaller items almost too expensive. So I can imagine international costs have gone up even more than they were before, which was a lot from the US to elsewhere already. =/But I DO see an awful lot of the kind of late 1960's-early 70's things you seem to like, for cheap on eBay. Not sure if they each sell internationally or not, you know, you'd have to check each auction. And except for the well-known stuff that always sells for a lot, I see a lot of that ear selling for the cheapest among the mid-century stuff.Might be worth poking around a bit at any rate. =)
ear = era. Where are my glasses? lol...
I really wish my husband liked going to boot sales and the like. They seem to be the only place I get lucky (vintage wise, of course) but I don't like going by myself.Oh and by the way, they don't 'make my heart sing', so I'm going to leave them ;)
Hmmm... love the pattern of course, but the shape seems a bit blah for Eames.