Face Pots

They are made in England and used to hold onions, sauces, and condiments.
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7 thoughts on “Face Pots

  1. I have seen a lot of different faces in my time, but never saw these. What an interesting feature and different. Great job.

  2. Now, this is the kind of funky, offbeat stuff that would beg to come home with me. Until now, though, I've never seen anything like these. They're cool!

  3. Thank you all for your comments.They are used to keep onions, sauces and condiments. The burgundy one has beet-root engraved on its lid, another one reads "mustard", one "applesauce", etc.More info here =http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SylvaC

  4. I love them! I actually run the Thrift Store for a non-profit organization called The Voluntary Action Center in Calhoun, Georgia. LOVE Thrift stores 🙂

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