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|Comment||Hello Jeff, Thank you so much for your expert answer regarding my large cracked ceramic bowl and saucer. Sad to know that they will eventually crack but "it is what it is," and I will find an alternative rather than waste more money on expensive beautiful ceramic bowls. I am even thinking that maybe I could put a large plastic bowl and saucer inside of a low cut wood wine barrel type of thing to hide the plastic, and give it sort of a woody more natural look. Again, thank you for your advice. Cheri (love you guys!)|
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