Part of the astounding collection of porcelain pop-iconography turned out by veteran Seatown art-makers Charles Krafft and Mike Leavitt, these ornately detailed handmade vessels stand 7.75in tall, and faithfully, if cartoonishly, reproduce the features of this doomed singer, making them the perfect addition to any collection of drinking tools, especially considering Amy was a big fan of pouring alcohol down her mug.
Published: November 16, 2011 at 4:00am EST
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