Some of the cups were not even the same height - in a box of six, one was broken completely (this was replaced free of charge by Rinkit), and the other was chipped.
Of the cups that remain, the handles on two are 'wobbly', as if they are on the verge of breaking - and the others are mysteriously developing chips in strange places. I am wondering whether the cups are being 'weakened' from the way they are packaged, hence leading to broken cups, handles, chips etc. rather than issues with the porcelain itself.
They wash okay in the dishwasher, but in our house, these cups have now been relegated to the 'last resort' cupboard.
I was hoping to use these for crafting, They're good in that sense only they are not as white as I originally thought - I'd say more a cream colour. I'm not sure if this is because of the varnish on them.
They'll be good for practising, but if you're looking for brilliant white then I'd avoid