No, unfortunately both items relate to UK ebay. They seem to get heaps better caravan stuff listed over there than we do here. The salt 'n pepper item is # 300138924588 and the seller will post to Australia.
I got my dad to pick one up for me while he was on holidays in England from The Teapottery in North Yorkshire. Saved me a fortune in postal costs ;D Had it customized with the caravans name printed on it . So it is .... unique,one of a kind,individual,the only one in the world,classic, collectable(?)
and it's all mine ;D ;D ;D
next time he goes for a holiday I must get him to pick me up one of the really cool looking jukebox teapots
(HELP... as if FCs and caravans weren't enough ....I think I'm becoming a teapot junkie.....I can't stop at just one )
Due to popular demand I'm resurrecting this 2007 thread by showing a "Caravan Teapot & Salt and Pepper set" we picked up during our recent tour to WA. It was found by Di & Ralph at Geraldton and shown to us during the tour.
Distributed by a WA company I got in touch with them and they sent it to me by overnight courier and we received it while visiting friends at Albany.
The next one we've had for a few years.
But I don't like it much because ....... It's been modified for commercial purposes
Post by Don Ricardo on Dec 12, 2012 20:51:41 GMT 10
Intrigued with the caravan salt and pepper shakers Cobber showed us, I went searching and found them at www.somethingscountry.com in Kingaroy - arrived in about 3 days! They also have the teapots too I think.
And Cobber, always remember - imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
No need to hesitate Cobber.Probably only two from memory as i drink coffee more than tea.But no percolators.Food warmers/grillers/cookers...got a few of them.All Heclas.My fav appliance brand.Better sort through my photos & see how P/b is feeling. gordon
Queenstown Tasmania. 1948/52 Mercury Teardrop. 1959 Phase III Vanguard Vignale.
If you want to pay somebody to make one, realise that it will take hours and hours of their time. The website for the pattern had a price of £32.95 for ready-made cosies, and that would still be a fairy low hourly rate