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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 27 Jan - 13:54

This is my first ever complete set of egg cups of any kind.
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Post  JanPots on Mon 27 Jan - 15:55

They look like marshmellows LOL
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 27 Jan - 16:06

Imagine how goopy they'll look with a flow of runny egg yolk over the lava glaze!
I don't mind that though. They are in great nick and cost $5 for six.
Good clean condition, no damage.

I couldn't stack them the right way up and laying them flat in a triangle looked boring.
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Post  Maryr on Sun 5 Apr - 16:46

For the record, this is not lava glaze. This combination is described as 'brown on white'.
Owen Salisbury made a short run of lava glaze using scoria from under his house. His work is marked with specially made lava glaze stickers.
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