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Vintage Hornsea Heirloom Pattern Sugar Jar/Kitchen Storage Canister with Teak Lid - Retro Kitchenalia

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Vintage sugar jar/canister made by the English pottery firm Hornsea, with the iconic Heirloom pattern in Autumn Brown which was mainly produced throughout the 1970s.

Hornsea Pottery produced the Heirloom pattern in Autumn Brown, in Midnight Blue and in Lakeland Green. The pattern was designed by John Clappison and was produced from 1967 to 1987. It was immensely popular and for several years Heirloom became the mainstay of Hornsea Pottery. Today Hornsea pottery is very collectible and brings a fantastic retro look to your kitchen.

The jar is in very good condition with no chips and the seal is intact.

Size 11cm high x 12cm diameter (4.25" x 4.5").

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Vintage Hornsea Heirloom Pattern Sugar Jar/Kitchen Storage Canister with Teak Lid - Retro Kitchenalia

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