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Peter Shearer pieces

Post  dollcrown on Thu 19 Jan - 21:27


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Re: Peter Shearer pieces

Post  Ev on Fri 20 Jan - 12:12

Is the piece on the right made by Peter too?
I haven't seen anything of his that looks like that........
The pouring bottle looks a little crude ... maybe a very early piece -
though it does look like a Stichbury piece..... kind of ?


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Re: Peter Shearer pieces

Post  Ev on Fri 20 Jan - 18:05

dollcrown asked me to change the title from Peter Stichbury to Peter Shearer and I'm happy to do that Very Happy
It all falls into place now Wink
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