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Post  Jeremy Ashford Thu 13 Feb - 14:17

A 1101 mug in a differerent glaze.
As the 1101 mug belongs to a coffee set, I am surprised not to have seen one (beyond the forum) until today. Two actually but I got one for my castware collection.
"Usual" colouring for 1101, as seen on the honey glaze 1099-1103 set:
A 1101 mug in a differerent glaze 1099se10

And this, looking a bit like Luke Adams' Basalt, but not.A 1101 mug in a differerent glaze 110110
(Still the odd paint spot to remove.)
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