69  (Early Series)    Flat-bottomed basket, wavy lip.

Does this shape appear in other series?   No - (none recorded)
It's not known whether many of these were ever made, but the handle looks so fragile that surely not many can have survived. These are the only two examples recorded.

Dimensions; height to top of handle 10-12cm; to lip of dish 6 cm; diameter 18-20cm;





Shape book 'E'

69  (Early Series; PPP)    Cream jug and sugar-bowl

Do these shapes appear in other series? 
*  Jug - no (none recorded).
*  Bowl - no (none recorded), but another very similar bowl is recorded numbered Early Series / PPP 67.   ( Perhaps the two bowls are identical? - only one numbered example of each is recorded, more are needed to be able to tell.)

Dimensions;  jug 7.5 cm high; bowl 6 cm.
Shape book 'PPP'


Collection; Hannah Tennant Keel
The shape book has no sketch, but there is a surviving illustration in a sales brochure of wholesale agents F.R.Barlow & Sons Pty. Ltd.

Base stamped PPP, incised 69.
A very similar shape is also recorded at Early Series 67.
Matching set, both un-numbered, stamped PPP
'Motto' on reverse; "Have some sugar" and "Take a little cream".
 
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Collection; 'W'
Base stamped PPP, incised 69.
69  (Early Series)    TWO SHAPES
: This is one of those Early Series numbers that was assigned twice, first to a PPP jug and sugarbowl set, and then some time after PPP was discontinued in 1934, to a Remued basket.
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