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Summery Ice Cream Cups from Brooklyn

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Summery Ice Cream Cups from Brooklyn

Julie Carlson August 22, 2013

Confession: we’re of two minds when it comes to Brooklyn ceramicist Virginia Sin’s ice cream cups designed to look like wafer cones. I love the idea, but Alexa hates it (“corny,” she said). What do you think?

Above: The Porcelain Ice Cream Cone by Brooklyn ceramicist Virginia Sin is 3 inches tall and is $18 from Brookfarm General Store.

Above: The Ice Cream Cone is from Sin’s Gluttony Collection (she also makes ceramic plates that look like paper plates).

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