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Carpay - and THAT cruet set covered by new blog post

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Carpay - and THAT cruet set covered by new blog post

Post  Maryr on Fri 10 Aug - 15:41

Hi all
I have taken a big breath and done a post on the much disupted black and white cruet set which is sometimes attributed to Carpay. There is also some interesting general info about him.
As always - if you see anything in this post that doesn't look right, please let me know.
Yours
ValM
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Re: Carpay - and THAT cruet set covered by new blog post

Post  TonyK on Sat 11 Aug - 7:27

Great blog post Val. I like the way it optimistically finishes with "ENDS". My guess is that the "debate" or perhaps "controversy" will blunder on endlessly.
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Re: Carpay - and THAT cruet set covered by new blog post

Post  Maryr on Sat 11 Aug - 11:15

Hah Tony good point.
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