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Made in the Philippines Mug, Badged

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Made in the Philippines Mug, Badged

Post  Ev on Wed 14 Feb - 15:41

Photos courtesy of the Ferret:

It's odd that the letters on the mug look like NZI ....
Jeremy could you please check out the shape when you get time .... Smile





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Re: Made in the Philippines Mug, Badged

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 15 Feb - 2:54

I'm pretty sure this is the 1256 rugby mug shape but ferret's photo is taken at a different angle making the mug look different.

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t7967-crown-lynn-philippines-tankard-looks-like-1326-rugby-beer-mug-photo-of-base-added#31732

I saw this mug or one identical on one of the facebook groups (in a topic on CL Philippines) so I've had this conversation before, and without checking I think the poster (whose name I forget) didn't buy because it was $10 or so.

Yes, indeed that was correct as I have now checked: it was Simon Barthope, posted on skite site January 23 and I posted Simon's pics in the rugby mug topic. Same mug or its mate.

Here's a comparison shot I made.
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Re: Made in the Philippines Mug, Badged

Post  Ev on Thu 15 Feb - 7:51

Thanks to your astute eyes for picking up that it was the same mug Jeremy.
I wonder if they made some things for the New Zealand Market?
I felt that I had seen the initials before, but have no idea what they stand for.
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Re: Made in the Philippines Mug, Badged

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 15 Feb - 12:48

My thoughts too, Ev.

If not for the NZ market then why the NZ mongram?
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