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Please help with these marks

Post  mumof1 on Thu 8 Sep - 17:08


I recognise this, but am at a loss to remember who it is! Embarassed


and do you think the last two are Waimea Potteries? possibly Jack Laird sunny
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Post  Ev on Fri 9 Sep - 7:13

No idea who the first mark belongs to.....?
The other two could be Waimea Pottery. I have a couple of pieces, but they don't have the flourish on the P. As many potters worked there, it could be one way of putting a personal mark on the ware that they made.
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Post  Glenys on Mon 15 Oct - 20:24

Did anyone answer these for you?
The bottom WP is definitely Waimea. If Jack Laird made it, it usually had a JL as well. I have an excellent teapot with this mark.

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