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Post  Hannele on Tue 26 Jun - 17:34

I wonder what this is meant for, it seems to be too large for jam or honey. Sugar perhaps? A stamp at the underside of the lid and a sticker on the base of the pot:
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Post  Ev on Wed 27 Jun - 8:42

Thanks Hannele, got to love stickers that are still attached I love you

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