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Anchor & Chain In Rusted Black Iron LTD


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Physical Characteristics
Material Ceramic
Shape Object
Dimensions 8.5" x 6"
(21.6cm x 15.2cm)
Capacity 16 fl. oz.
Optimal drink size 7.2 fl. oz. (plus ice)
Decorative Characteristics
Coloring Black mainly
Imagery
Marking "Munktiki 2016" on bottom with number out of 100 in edition.
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EarlTPearl
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254 mugs
Member since Apr 18, 2017
Number 99 of 100
Price paid  $?
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From Munktiki, Astoria, OR, a Manufacturer
Manufactured by Munktiki
Designed by Stuckie
Produced in 2016
Edition of 100
This is an anchor-shaped mug with an iron chain wrapped around it. It was manufactured by Munktiki (Astoria, OR location). Also made in "Full Rust" glaze and the two together form a combined edition of 100 (although these are glazed to order and the "Black Iron" was preferred overall, thus outnumbering the "Full Rust").
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Trader Tom
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697 mugs
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2017-07-23 21:41:40

Personally, I use the Photos program which came with my Mac or Photoshop to crop my photos which I upload from my Nikon D50 using a firewire I plug into the USB port.
Trader Tom
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697 mugs
Member since Jan 26, 2006
2017-07-23 21:37:45

From Humuhumu regarding sideways pics uploaded from smart phones: In actuality, your pics are sideways, it's just that the more modern systems always hide it from you, they auto-detect that the rotation is off, and they display it to you with a sort of faux rotation. Critiki accommodates that, Ooga-Mooga doesn't yet. Your best bet is to process your photos through some sort of image processing tool first (which most folks want to do to get a good crop on their photo anyway), which will set the orientation properly. When the new version of O-M is finally done (no ETA, sorry), it will address all these things.
EarlTPearl
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254 mugs
Member since Apr 18, 2017
2017-07-23 21:17:33

All my pics are sideways...

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