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Ginger Beer Bottle

'G Barton'


Pottery Chronology Artisan

Provenance DoW06-7, QWP: Photo private collection.

Attribution The '1840s Potter'

Height 183mm 

Weight 532g

Capacity 308ml or 10 1/2 oz

Photo Carney April 2018








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