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Set of three vintage blue patterned mugs are made of ceramic with a charming blue pattern on the outside, a gray glaze speckled with brown on the inside, and a brown glaze on the handle and rim. Each mug or cup is oversized and would be perfect for a bowl of soup or a big cup of coffee!

No maker's marks.

Each mug measures 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) tall, 5 inches (12.7 cm) in diameter, and 6.5 inches (16.5 cm) from tip of handle to tip of mug.

Excellent vintage condition. The blue pattern on each mug is vivid and fully intact. Two of the mugs have one or two very minor chips along the bottom or top rim, and each handle shows some wear marks (although this may have been done intentionally during the glazing process). There are no cracks or scratches in any of the mugs and no crazing.

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Set of Three Vintage Blue Patterned Mugs