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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 16 Jun - 13:06

Some items from the home of Simon and Karen Lee-Johnson.

All marked. Provenance guaranteed. These were a gift from Barry Brickell to (or trade for art with) Simon's father, Eric Lee-Johnson.

Coffee Pot, about seven inches high.Barry Brickell mugs and coffee pot Bricke10

Mugs, about five inches high.Barry Brickell mugs and coffee pot Bricke11
Barry Brickell mugs and coffee pot Bricke12

I'm rather taken with these mugs. My tall Cleverley CL set is of the same style, but bigger. I like the size of the Brickells.
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