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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 27 Jan - 14:05

If you thought the other two were not the prettiest things around then check this out.
A THIRD type of Royal Oak Coffee Pot -1010
170mm H to rim x 115 OD top x 100 OD base

I am generally reluctant to break up sets but Salvation Army New Lynn was selling the pot, milk, sugar, and three mugs as individual items.
The jug and mugs have two-finger handles but the bottom finger hole is absolutely useless unless you are a baby.
At $2 per piece those extras would have taken ten off me so sorry no pictures.
Jeremy Ashford
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