Of the three, I like the second one best because of the interesting typography. However, the tea cup does not read as an A, which is a deal killer.
Speaking of tea cups, yours is, unfortunately, not well-drawn. If accuracy is a goal, the top of the cup should be the rounded ends of an ellipse, not sharp and pointed. Also, the bottom part of the cup, where it connects to the base, is awkward. I’m not even sure what those folds are supposed to be.
What is the 10/6 referring to? Why is it there?
The curled banner on the bottom on, like the tea cup is not drawn accurately. Again, the elliptical elements come to points instead of being rounded. The text does not accurately follow the flow of the banner. The banner itself varies in width.
The typography on the top one is too loose and spread out over a sea of left-over space. The type might be arranged in a perfect circle, but it’s so loosely organized that it’s difficult to say — the letters appear to be flying apart instead of hanging together.