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In Victorian and Edwardian times everyday items such as ink and beer were sold in throw-away stoneware jars and pots. Many of these ended up in shallow landfills, often in gardens, that have now been unearthed. Because they were so solid many survived being buried for nearly a century, such as these gorgeous jars. Because of being thrown away many have small chips, as is shown in the photos, that add to their vintage charm.
These are being sold as a set of five ranging in height from 5-15 cm
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