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Ashley Pottery

Post  Ev on Fri 30 Mar - 8:37

Ashley Pottery Invercargill.
Beautifully made work with a 'fat' smooth glaze that feels great to the touch.
The colour matches with the backstamp pic, but has turned out bleached in the main photo. Having camera problems atm !


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Post  Jonno on Fri 30 Mar - 17:10

Lovely looking piece Ev
re camera it appears that your flash may have operated hence the washed out look.
Are you able to ensure that your flash is turned off? I need to make sure each time
that if flash is likely to fire that I have turned it off as it resets again ready for the next photo.
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Re: Ashley Pottery

Post  Cat-a-lat on Fri 30 Mar - 18:45

Gorgeous - I love 'fat glaze' - is there a technical name for it. love that waxy smooth feel like apple skin. yummy! I want to eat it with my hands lol

hope that doesn't sound too too weird
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Re: Ashley Pottery

Post  Ev on Fri 30 Mar - 19:26

Waxy glaze is more like the proper term ..... spot on Cat Smile
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Re: Ashley Pottery

Post  Hannele on Tue 24 Apr - 12:01

I love how this bowl is so understated. It feels good and looks even better:





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Ashley Potteries - 2 spice jars

Post  Hannele on Mon 18 Jun - 16:32

1 jar marked Pepper, 1 marked Spices:



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Ashley Potteries - marmalade jar

Post  Hannele on Mon 18 Jun - 16:53

Such a wonderful marmalade jar, alas without a lid:




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Re: Ashley Pottery

Post  Hannele on Thu 12 Jul - 12:18

Green (soup?) bowl:



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Ashley Pottery with another mark

Post  Ev on Fri 13 Jul - 5:57

Photos courtesy of the Ferret:





This also has this on the base:
Jim Roberts and David Ashley ran Ashley Pottery.

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