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Is this Orzel too then? YES!

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Is this Orzel too then? YES!

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sat 14 Dec - 10:58

As a follow on from Ev's correcting me about the gravy jug at I'm posting a couple of similar unmarked items for consideration.
(The yellow and orange jug was also available in brown at Hospice.)

11.5mm H, unmarked flat base
This is the jug I referred to in the link above.
The handle is not hollow like that on the gravy jug.
I would have bought it but it is chipped. SPCA Whangarei.

unmarked flat base
This salt pig at Whangarei Red Cross looks very like the jug above.

17/12/13 I bought the chipped jug jug so I could do this:

Manhattan 112 on left has a foot ring and a number.
Unnumbered Orzel right has a flat base.
The same glaze and effectively the same shape.

Last edited by Jeremy Ashford on Tue 17 Dec - 11:09; edited 3 times in total (Reason for editing : update title, update photo)
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Re: Is this Orzel too then? YES!

Post  Ev on Sat 14 Dec - 14:57

Orzel .

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