NEWWAVE CAFFÈ ANIMALS OF THE WORLD
A crockery set for everyone that loves coffee just as much as animals.
Collectible cups as a tribute to the animals in our world.
Villeroy & Boch enlivens the collecting passion of animal lovers and coffee drinkers: 4 new enchanting animal decors will appear every year on the popular NewWave coffee cups of the NewWave Caffè Animals of the World collection. You can thus enjoy the award-winning shape that seems to made from one piece in different variations. – Beautiful as a set. Each single one makes an exclusive gift.
Exotic butterflies from the tropics
They come in all shapes and sizes and are at home everywhere in the world – butterflies. Year after year, caterpillars emerge from their cocoons and tun into beautiful butterflies with dazzling colours. Butterfly species found in Central and South America are especially worth protecting. These unique butterflies now also adorn the NewWave Caffè mugs.
The beautiful one
The Morpho cypris from Columbia lives up to its name. Morpho means beautiful as the dazzling blue wings really come into their own when light shines onto them.
The magnificent one
The Cuban butterfly Phoebis avellaneda, whose name pays homage to the writer Avellaneda, shines in shades of deep yellow and red.
The noble one
The rare Fountainea nobilis peralta from Costa Rica with red and black wings can easily hide in the foliage – thanks to the brown camouflage on its underside.
The secretive one
The Theritas mavors from Brazil only opens its brown wings in flight. The closed green underside provides good camouflage in foliage.
Brightly coloured, detailed fish designs on high-quality porcelain.
The stylish cups show four species of tropical fish native to the Great Barrier Reef. Brightly coloured clownfish, surgeonfish, triggerfish and Moorish idols dart over the finest porcelain. These elegant and exotic underwater creatures will be a real feature on your coffee table. The NewWave Caffè Animals of the World collection sets the scene for harmonious and atmospheric tea breaks.
Patterns of Great Barrier Reef fish add an exotic touch to relaxing moments
Located off the coast of Australia, the 2,600 km Great Barrier Reef is the biggest coral reef in the world. The colourful fish that inhabit these waters create a fascinating underwater kaleidoscope.
The anemone fish
The anemone fish, or clownfish, lives in the Indo-Pacific and has distinctive white and orange markings. Pacific anemone offer it protection.
The blue surgeonfish
The surgeonfish defends itself with the blade-like tip of its tail. This industrious swimmer is at home in the waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
The triggerfish can grow up to one metre in length. Divers have particular respect for these graceful underwater creatures.
The Moorish idol
The pointed-mouthed Moorish idol is a traditional species in the waters of the coral reef. This colourful fish lives at a depth of around 180 metres.
The bird decors
The NewWave Caffè Animals of the World collection starts 2015 with 4 wonderful decors with rare water birds. Let yourself be fascinated: By the small kingfisher, which lives by clear lakes. By the colourful bee-eater, which is drawn to the rivers and lakes of Africa. By the flamingo, which flounces through salt lakes. Or by the brown-throated conure, which feels at home in the tropical rain forest.