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Topic: purple-blue tradition (4 msgs / 73 lines)
1) From: peterz
When one thinks of all the sameness in the world it really is wonderful 
to find something unique.
Well, perhaps a coffee cup is just a coffee cup;
just as a rose is still a rose,
but we all know that there are SOME roses...
or maybe just one rose comes along.....
( If you grow roses you know what I mean.)
Almost the same case here with this coffee cup.
Okay, so it is really a half a coffee cup, in that it holds a measured 
half cup nicely.
It would be great for a cappuccino methinks.
It comes with a matching saucer, and a desert or snack plate which is a 
bit larger.
This is a hand made, high fired, ceramic cup and saucer and plate set, 
one of each.
The color is nice purples and blues.
Unique, not ugly, but not something you would see in an English tea 
house either.
Definitely wonderful, in a primitive sort of way.
The cup is comfortable to hold, and I can put two fingers through the 
handle, which is not skimpy.
Solid construction. Signed.
I thought, "What a great tradition offering! Somebody special will want 
this and enjoy having it!"
So, now I am offering it as a tradition. You will receive a cup, saucer, 
and slightly larger plate.
One of a kind!
There will be some kind of drawing this Sunday night, December 2, from 
all those who send me an email off list please.
Coffee be,
PeterZ

2) From: Floyd Lozano
post a pic!
On Nov 30, 2007 11:38 AM, peterz  wrote:
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3) From: peterz
This is a new PC for me, with Vista :(
Who knew that I could just take the chip out of my camera, and shove it 
in the front of the PC and voila! there is a picture I took!
So here it is (I hope) even had a choice to make it smaller ;) so I hope 
it goes through.
This is the purple tradition set, above a ruler so you can get an idea 
of size.
PeterZ
We are having a drizzle storm tonight, here in LHC
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4) From: Rich
My condolences on being afflicted with vista.  And congratulations on 
sneaking a 75.5kB pix through the e-mail filter.
peterz wrote:
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