In addition to roasting some of the world's finest coffee, Illy has made significant contributions to contemporary art. Commissioned from photographer Maurizio Galimberti, these porcelain espresso cups and saucers feature his snapshots of architecture in Rome and Milan. The set makes a distinctive gift for lovers of art and coffee alike. Made of high-fired porcelain and finished with a clear glaze. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. Set of two coffee cups and saucers. Cups feature different designs; saucers coordinate with cups. Made in Italy.
Celebrating the city of Porto on Portugal's Iberian Coast, these porcelain espresso cups feature symbols of the port town's endearing charm. Illustrated in the style of beloved Renaissance ceramist Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, the colorful streetcar, boat, doorway and pagoda are paired with saucers decorated to evoke grass, mosaics and cobblestones. Made of durable, high-fired porcelain with a glossy clear glaze. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. Made in Portugal. Set of four espresso cups and four coordinating saucers, each with a unique design.
Named after a French word that means "nested," these bistro mugs serve coffee, tea and espresso drinks, then stack for compact storage. Accented with a streamlined ridge and a petite handle, they're made in France of lightweight, durable tempered glass that resists chips and impacts. Made of durable tempered glass. Tempered glass resists heat, impacts, chips and shock. Microwavable; freezer and dishwasher safe. Made in France. Set of six.
Inspired by the legendary 19th-century American poem, "A Visit from St. Nicholas," these double-walled glass cups serve espresso with charm. Crafted of durable borosilicate glass with gold rims, they coordinate with our 'Twas dinnerware and feature four Christmas scenes rendered in colorful detail. Crafted of durable borosilicate glass. Gold rims are made from 24-karat gold. Hand-applied decals feature artwork exclusive to Williams Sonoma. Dishwasher safe. Set of two, one of each design: Reindeer and Snowman.