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Post  Jonno on Fri 23 Mar - 17:17

English fruit basket from Stoke on Trent and made in February 1930 just over 82 years old and the tomatoes still look as though you cpuld eat them. This could be the sort of example that inspired CL to produce Fancy Fare ware. 290mm x 200mm x 50mm deep
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