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Post  Jeremy Ashford Fri 22 Jul - 16:36

I already have a couple of his mugs, and I'm supposed to be tidying up, so I probably shouldn't have but I went ahead and bought this set of six Peter Stichbury mugs from Hospice: they were too cheap to resist. Maybe I should have bought milk and sugar too but they were relatively more expensive, and there was no coffee pot to complete the set. As I've gone and unwrapped them now I'll put them to use this weekend.
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sample mug 90mm H, marked as shown

Seller of a similar set on tm calls them cups but at 90mm I think mugs is a better description:
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=1125915216
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Post  Roodkapje Sun 24 Jul - 12:13

The glaze on Jeremy's mugs is far nicer than those currently on trademe. I am continually amazed when I see a familiar shape in a new 'outfit'. 'What a difference a glaze makes . . .' Having just read the series of posts (two half circles/Janet Smith) I am learning that some finishes take a lot more than 'twenty four little hours'.
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