JAPANESE COFFEE SET
Vintage ceramic coffee set, made in Japan. Beautiful glaze, smooth drip glaze on top and textured on the bottom. So 70s. Includes coffee pot, sugar bowl & creamer jug.
Very good condition. There are a few imperfections, but they are cosmetic. There's a tiny chip on the underside of the handle of the coffee pot. And there's what appears as a crack near the spout, however it doesn't penetrate and is perhaps a flaw from when it was made. The glaze goes over the top of the "crack". There is also a crack on the lid of the sugar pot, however it's completely solid, no movement. Neither affects use, both are sturdy pieces regardless. See pics, not major stuff.
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