The popular peace sign originated in Britain in the 1950s as an emblem of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Clearly embossed on the handle is a deconstruction of the symbol: the first and second signs are the semaphore signals for the letters "N" and "D," standing for "nuclear disarmament." These simple lines appear inside circles that symbolize the earth, expressing a heartfelt longing for peace.
| Specification |
◆Manufacturing method: manual + machine
◆Place of Origin: Designed in Taiwan + Made in China
| Thoughtful Features |
1.The Bright glazes are lead free and cadmium free, fired at 1250°C, and meet SGS food containers standards.