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Four colourful Steiner mugs

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Four colourful Steiner mugs

Post  Cat-a-lat on Thu 15 Aug - 11:59

Bought for 50 cents each, pictured is the cobalt blue, but also have a salmon one (got this free because of a hairline crack) a cheery yellow and a lime green one.



As you can see they are already popular here...
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Re: Four colourful Steiner mugs

Post  Ev on Thu 15 Aug - 12:48

Those look great and this is one that mrnarna posted with it's saucer .....
very cute curly headed kiddie wink Cat -
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t1151-steiner-studio-duo?highlight=steiner

I have a purple vase in the same shape but can't find a photo on here and I'm sure I put one on .....?
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Re: Four colourful Steiner mugs

Post  Cat-a-lat on Thu 15 Aug - 13:00

mrnarna's one looks like a smaller/shorter version than mine, unless it's just perspective. I would quite like to get matching saucers for mine, I wonder if they came with them in this taller style?
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A Saucer

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 18 Nov - 12:02

I had to rescue this from the fill-a-bag table at Hospice.
My one and only piece of Steiner.
I would like to get some old cups sometime.


Is this what you're looking for, Cat-a-lat?
A 50c cup and a 10c saucer separated by $5 postage!
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Re: Four colourful Steiner mugs

Post  Cat-a-lat on Mon 18 Nov - 13:06

Thanks, but I don't believe that would go with my ones, I found an auction for hexagonal Steiner mugs which looks like a match for your saucer - shape and shiny glaze anyway, different colours. The glaze on my mugs is more of  satin sheen than a high gloss finish

http://www.trademe.co.nz/antiques-collectables/art-deco-retro/kitchenware/auction-661253094.htm
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Cups and Mugs

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 18 Nov - 13:39

Cat-a-lat, I was kidding really. I saw this topic when I came back to the forum and thought it would be a fun excuse to photograph the saucer, which I did just spend 10c on.

I think yours are mugs would be too tall to look right in a saucer; likewise those in the auction you pointed out. And mrnarna's cups would look naked without a saucer.

I think it must have been the Eido mugs Bob had just brought out when my friend Matthew and I were plastering his house in the 80s but so long ago I just remember "strange". So probably those I would buy.

I'm in no hurry for Steiner mugs but one day, if the opportunity comes along.
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