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Another green jug question...
« on: September 27, 2005, 09:43:39 PM »
I also found this little green creamer yesterday, and funnily enough the same creamer in smoke today. The same item in amber is on eBay in the Whitefriars section - which I don't think it is (and I cannot find it in the W/f catalogue). 

Anyhow, again does anyone recognise it please?

Stands 5" high, base is 2" diameter, has polished pontil, quite thick glass for its size but not coarse. Is a nice well-made little creamer.

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