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Soviet Hospital Porcelain Cup, Surplus
Soviet Hospital Porcelain Cup, Surplus.
Soviet Hospital Porcelain Cup, Surplus.
Soviet Hospital Porcelain Cup, Surplus.

Soviet Hospital Porcelain Cup, Surplus

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Soviet patient hydration cup, proper porcelain, bloody hell. For playing the doctor in the spirit of the Red Army, for props in Alice in Wonderland-themed tea parties, and for collecting. A small batch and we probably won’t get more. So, if this sort of curiosity speaks to you, now’s the time for action, comrade.

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Soviet Hospital Porcelain Cup, Surplus.
Soviet Hospital Porcelain Cup, Surplus.
Soviet Hospital Porcelain Cup, Surplus.

Soviet patient hydration cup, proper porcelain, bloody hell. For playing the doctor in the spirit of the Red Army, for props in Alice in Wonderland-themed tea parties, and for collecting. A small batch and we probably won’t get more. So, if this sort of curiosity speaks to you, now’s the time for action, comrade.

When you take this cup in your hand, it might feel like a strange hallucination created for the tea party of the Mad Hatter. However, the psychedelic design is there for a reason. These are hospital drinking cups, used by nurses to hydrate patients who can't move enough to do it on their own. Sort of like people usually tend to be in the morning after the New Year's Eve and other important and sometimes non-important celebrations.

These were made in 1950-1970. However, similar ones were already used during WWII in military hospitals. The inner diameter of the cup is 9 cm / 3.5” and depth c. 6 cm / 2.4”.

Authentic Soviet surplus

Some of these can be used, some unused. Because this is Soviet surplus and we don’t know where people have been sticking these, you should wash them properly before use.

Old porcelain is tricky because it is possible that lead has been used in the glazing process, Therefore we recommend these primarily for collecting.

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robin b. 23.04.2021
soviet porcelain hostspital cup arrived in 6 pieces how about giving me refund!!
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