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That’s an interesting ceramic. I haven’t seen a dish like that before xx
These are 1970s made in Stoke On Trent, which used to be the home of Royal Doultan, wedgewood etc. Most of which is made abroad now. GG
Beautiful! Love the colour and the shape.
I loved the simplicity of them. I didn’t buy these as I’m already overrun with ceramics. GG
This looks very 70s
They are, great condition. I can’t believe I’m now loving all that Mid centuary modern stuff that I despised for so long. Shallow as a saucer?! GG
Lovely purchase GG! It looks so smooth and wonderful to the touch
I didn’t, perhaps I should have bought them. They are a great colour and silky smooth but where to put them!? GG
They are great – lovely colour and shape. On my screen them seem to be an aubergine colour which I love. They have a timeless chic. Read the other comment – admire your self-control – I think I would have to have!
But they would be in addition to all the other things I’ve had to have! GG
I love those dishes, they’d be fab in my kitchen too.
They’re great aren’t they, very tactile. GG
Retro but so nice.
They’re great aren’t they. GG
Reminds me of the pots I hankered after in Vietnam.
I know what you mean, it’s the simplicity. GG
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