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Post  Jonno on Sat 28 Jan - 8:37

 Cheddar Valley Pottery Img_1421[url=http: Cheddar Valley Pottery Img_1423
Margeret & Stuart Slade run a pottery in an old dairy factory near Ohope in the Bay of Plenty this is one of their pieces that found on Tuesday.
I was taken with the little button of clay with their mark on the top edge. The photo of the mark is from the base.
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Post  Ev on Sat 28 Jan - 12:16

That is a lovely crisp clear mark Jonno Smile
I think that they should go under their surname as the mark reflects this... with the name of the pottery added? Do you agree?
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Post  Jonno on Sat 28 Jan - 15:55

Hi Ev,
Yes I think you are right as the names come first on the back of the bowl sorry I was not able to get a decent photo go of it. Go for it.


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Post  Ev on Wed 19 Mar - 7:30

Another stamp and mark for Cheddar Pottery on this auction and I see they are from Ohope
http://www.trademe.co.nz/a.aspx?id=707911655
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Post  Ev on Thu 21 Jul - 8:00

More work and marks by Margaret and Stuart Slade from Cheddar Valley Pottery Ohope, thanks to the Ferret:

 Cheddar Valley Pottery Margar10

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