• New York Coffee Cup in color Blue
  • New York Coffee Cup in color Blue
  • New York Coffee Cup in color Blue
  • New York Coffee Cup in color Blue
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New York Coffee Cup

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The iconic "We Are Happy To Serve You" paper coffee cup was introduced in 1963 by Leslie Buck. More than 180 million of the distinctive blue-and-white Grecian-style cups are used in New York City every year. The environmentally minded design group, Exceptionlab, in conjunction with the SOLO Cup Operating Corp., converted the design from disposable to permanent. This ceramic New York Coffee Cup was designed by Graham Hill. Dishwasher safe. Microwave safe.
  • Designer
    Graham Hill
  • Size
    3.75h x 3.75" d
  • Materials
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  • Volume
    10 oz.
  • Service Size
    Service for 1

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New York Coffee Cup
Why We Chose This
Anyone who’s ever gone to a New York City diner or street vendor knows this Greek-inspired design. With sustainability in mind, Exceptionlab made what was once ephemeral and disposable into something more permanent and Earth friendly. The cup is an authentic token of time spent in the city, whether in 1963 or 2017.

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