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Post  JanPots Tue 16 Dec - 12:36

Ev.. is this what you are looking for?
ev wrote:like the 767 EW but Vitrified and It measures H34 and d187

this was easy to find - I use it as a pasta dish  Very Happy  so it was in the kitchen cupboard..
Its actually "super vitrified" - mode pattern

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Post  Ev Tue 16 Dec - 19:09

If the dimensions match then that must be the one.
I have a Red Thistle one and it doesn't match the dimensions, but could possibly be the 'Light weight' vitrified ware ....?

I have always called this bowl a porridge bowl as it was this shape that my Father used for his serving of porridge every day. It only dawned on me looking at the Portage photos that it was this shape!

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