So, so beautiful! I love it!
I bought this mug to match the soup and sandwich plate in the same pattern. I use the plate for breakfast and the mug fits perfectly in the saucer side. I wish the large latte mug came in the fan-tastic pattern but I’ll just choose a complimentary pattern.
Imagine a post-****** film scene wherein two attractive, young lovers loosely dressed look out over the majesty of their city skyline from a high rise apartment. From the shot, it's not readily ascertained whose apparent they're in, if they share it, or if it's one of theirs. They each hold a Blue Bell Delight Polish Pottery mug and sip from them warm tea, completely satisfied with their raucous yet magnanimous lovemaking. A Carter Burwell backing track begins to play, but what has occurred moments earlier is too profound for a mood piece, and so they each break the fourth wall and demand a march. Something triumphant, they say, which exhibits a sense of accomplishment. The moment requires John Philip Sousa, they say, and the director acquiesces. "The Thunderer" begins and the young lovers give a warm smile to one another, their eyes glinting in the soft light, and they clink their Polish pottery together before continuing to admire the city, trumpets and snares echoing from the walls adorned with pedestrian modern art. You, the viewer, did not know previous to this scene how sexy Polish Pottery could be. You thought dishwasher safe was the big benefit, but you were wrong, and now the Blue Bell Delight is here to remind you: its curvy figure, playful use of color, its depiction of spring flowers begging to be pollinated. This, you Polish Pottery enthusiasts, is what the Blue Bell Delight is all about.