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Each one is so sweet, but the hippopotamus is the most darling."Cute animal bowls made by Hella Jongerius"

Love these for keeping rings & earrings in on my dressing table. Especially the deer

Yvonne Ellen gives forgotten vintage housewares a new lease on life by applying animal illustrations across matching dinner and side plates.

amazing bespoke art dinner service a ceramic to give the wow factor to any dining table Yvonne Ellen gives forgotten vintage housewares a new lease on life by applying animal illustrations across matching dinner and side plates.

Hidden Animal Teacups

This teacup sold by Japanese store Rakuten features a hidden animal (bear, owl or fox) which makes a surprise appearance as you drink your tea.

Korean artist Kim Joon (b. 1966) at Sundaram Tagore New York. The show is a variation on the emerging photographer’s fascination with tattoos and taboos. His use of three-dimensional computer graphics enables Joon to ‘virtually’ mould the physiology of his subjects in an anti-pygmalian fashion.

'Fragile-Mermaid' by south Korean artist Kim Joon (b animation software, digital print.

Cheeky Home, basée aux États-Unis, conçoit de la vaisselle à la fois en papier et en porcelaine dans le but de moderniser l’art de la table et réunir à nou

Fine Lines Porcelain Dinnerware Collection par Cheeky Home

I've wanted these since I saw them at the Bone Room in Berkeley. They're too damned expensive though

I've wanted these since I saw them at the Bone Room in Berkeley. They're too damned expensive though great for Halloween.

Animal porcelein bowls designed by Hella Jongerius for a commission by Nymphenburg

Hand-Painted Ceramic Bowls Filled with Detailed Hippos, Foxes and Deer

Porcelain bowls designed by Geraldine de Beco for Bernardaud in France. When the bowls are filled with a liquid, the image of an animal is formed (cat, dove, wolf). These are bowls, but I would love a mug like this!

Les bols de Geraldine De Beco

[see dove bowl in blue] Porcelain bowls designed by Geraldine de Beco for Bernardaud in France. When the bowls are filled with a liquid, the image of an animal is formed (cat, dove, wolf). These are bowls, but I would love a mug like this!

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