[76attendees] ceramics, kitchenware?

"RL 'Bob' Morgan" <rlmorgan@washington.edu> Thu, 12 November 2009 04:23 UTC

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From: "RL 'Bob' Morgan" <rlmorgan@washington.edu>
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Subject: [76attendees] ceramics, kitchenware?
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I am hoping to find some ceramic bowls or other kinds of ceramic 
kitchenwares as souvenirs.  Any suggestions for shops?  I've been to Sogo 
and didn't find anything that grabbed me.

Thanks,

  - RL "Bob"