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Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone - Scandiwegians
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Poole Pottery Small Coffee Pot Water Jug British English 1960s Twintone

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Poole Pottery Beige Twintone Small Coffee Pot or Hot Water Jug

This cute little 1 pint jug would have originally been designed to hold hot water to serve with tea but it would work equally well with hot milk or as a one person coffee jug.

Attractive fine satin glazed coffee set in light latte colour featuring elements in a darker brown. This colour way is known as ‘Mushroom and Sepia’.

Made by Poole Pottery in England in the 1960s/70s. Part of Poole’s much-loved ‘Twintone’ range.

Very good vintage condition with no chips or cracks and only very minor signs of age.

It is approximately 18cm high and 12cm wide from handle to spout.
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Note that we have attempted to show and state the condition as accurately as possible but this is a pre-loved, vintage item and some minor signs of age and/or use are to be expected. There may also be slight variations in the colours shown due to lighting, the camera lens and the device the image is viewed through.