We start our visit through the collection with one of the materials more widely used by contemporary egg cup designers: plastic. Here we can see a selection of design egg cups coming from different European countries. Some were sold in expensive design shops, but one of them was bought at a supermarket. It's probably not too difficult to guess which one.
Known details: 1) Signed by "21" [eggcup2361]; 2) produced by Present Time (Netherlands), made in Taiwan [eggcup2410]; 3) "Feeling" egg cup, designed by Angeletti Ruzza studio, produced by Guzzini (Italy) [eggcup4063]; 4) "Cico portauovo", designed by Stefano Giovannoni for Alessi (Italy) [eggcup1950]; 5) "Uovo" egg cup, produced by Bodum (Switzerland) [eggcup3194]; 6) "Mangiauovo", designed by Guido Venturini and Carlo Terrile, produced by Alessi (Italy); 7) "Coquetier n° 9", designed by Reno for Pylones (France) [eggcup1321]; 8) "Eggs-O-Tic", produced by Bodum (Switzerland) [eggcup4404]; 9) egg cup for Deco Fresh collection, produced by Fackelmann (Germany), launched in 2003 [eggcup3672]; 10) signed by A.B., distributed in 1995 by London Design Museum [eggcup1138].
If you like modern design egg cups, you might also want to check: Modern design metal egg cups, Modern design ceramic egg cups. Actually, some metal pieces like Alessi's Girotondo egg cup and Mepra's Barnum egg cup also use plastic. Ceramic and plastic meet rarely, although some egg cups like this Sagaform stripped one are sometimes sold with plastic spoons.
For a general view on plastic egg cups, in all styles, please refer to: Plastic egg cups.