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A very nice set of retro ceramic kitchen storage jars in the 'herb' pattern from Taunton Vale. They are in three different sizes and their square bases sit close together. The top tapers in to form a circle on which sits a squashed dome-shaped lid also decorated with the same herb design. Around the neck is the rope design of Taunton Vale designs. Marked to the base TAUNTON VALE Made in England. Price is for the set.

SIZES: Large jar, height 23cm/ 9inches; dims. 12.75x12.75cm/5x5inches.
Medium jar, height 19cm/ 7.5 inches15cm/6 inches; dims. 11x11cm/4.25x4.25inches.
Small jar, height 14cm/5.5inches; dims. 9.5x9.5cm/3.75x3.75inches
WEIGHT: 2378g

CONDITION: Very good. All over light crazing.

Price: 44.00 Product code: SJ.153

In stock: 1

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