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    Small Vintage Glazed Turkish Pot

    $44 (approx conversion from £35)

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    About this item

    A small rustic terracotta pot with green glaze and handle, handcrafted in Turkey.

    -  Delightful green glaze that adds character to any space.
    -  Its petite size makes it perfect for displaying on shelves or counter tops.

    In good condition with wear and tear appropriate for age and use to include imperfections to the stoneware and glaze as well as some chips (but no cracks). 

    Height 20 cm; Diameter 13 cm

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    Additional Information

    Code

    JC0914 (AB-178188)

    Dimensions

    H: 20cm  (7.9")Di: 13cm  (5.1")

    Period

    Late 20th Century, Vintage & Retro (1970 onwards)

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    Jennings and Cox

    Shropshire, United Kingdom

    Jennings and Cox are an online Antique and Interiors Shop based in Shropshire, UK. We stock a wide range of antique, vintage & contemporary furniture and decorative objects for the home, garden and retail spaces. We are dedicated to sourcing authentic pieces at the best possible price, which is why...