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ORZEL oil and vinegar

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ORZEL oil and vinegar

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 29 Oct - 12:31

This matching pair of small Orzel jugs was a genuine $1 trademe buy.
(Pity about the postage.)

I'm calling them "oil and vinegar", but they are not marked as such:
they are going to be my oil & vinegar jugs for this summer's salads.
I've just got to pop down to Arthur's Emporium and shell out another $1 for corks.

H = 110mm, OD = 74mm

A week since posting this I have just noticed that this pair of jugs is the same pattern and glaze as mumof1's coffee pot:
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t1884-orzel-coffee-pot#5380
I guess at some time the pattern even had a name!


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