The world famous Leeds Brick Collectors Club

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chemimike
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Re: The world famous Leeds Brick Collectors Club

Postby chemimike » Mon 18 Jul, 2016 10:19 pm

At a guess they might have supported filter pads on top, which could have been used to filter water, beer, vinegar or whatever
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Re: The world famous Leeds Brick Collectors Club

Postby Burmantoft Curious » Mon 18 Jul, 2016 10:28 pm

I had similar thoughts, the small holes definitely seem like some form of "drain" or sieve. My other idea was that the bricks were part of a kiln and the small holes created small focused flames (like on a gas hob on a cooker).

Thanks for replying... Really keen to find out what they are! :)

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