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Post  Maryr on Fri 26 Jun - 16:02

LOVE this green vitrified jug. My sister spotted it first but I think I have persuaded her that my need is greater and next time I see her it will be mine.  From memory about 13 cm high.

This little souvenir insulator came from Jim's ever-increasing collection.  The ESEA conference in 1993. Possibly ESEA stands for English in Southeast Asia - but why an insulator??

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