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Who is this potter? Looks similar to Kit Seator

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Who is this potter? Looks similar to Kit Seator

Post  mumof1 on Sat 14 Apr - 16:55


I have several pieces from this potter, but I haven't been able to identify them.
Each mark looks to be hand done, and all are just slightly different.

It is possible they are from the Nelson region. Thanks in advance!! sunny
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Re: Who is this potter? Looks similar to Kit Seator

Post  Ev on Sun 15 Apr - 11:13

Hi sunny Smile
The Kit Seator mark on my sugar bowl is a little k a big slash then an even bigger S.
The one emmit posted is the same as mine.... so I don't think that your mark is Kit Seators as far as I'm concerned. Could be wrong though, as potters usually had more than one mark Wink
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