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'Cawl' bowls were made in the Llanelli factory to sell in Wales. 'Cawl' was the staple diet for families in the country or towns; it consists of a clear soup made of boiled meat, vegetables with ample chopped parsley. The bowl is decorated with sponge decoration. The pottery made in the factory at this time was of poor quality, which had a tendency to 'craze' into fine cracks. Dimensions: height 7.7cm, diameter 16cm.

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