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I think this mark is Paul Walshe, no, Paul Wotherspoon ...

Post  mumof1 on Mon 18 Jun - 17:15


I'm sure this mark is Paul Walshe, as he is from the Nelson Marlborough area, but also looks like Pat Watt, although not likely that I would have pottery from Auckland

and this is the lovely bowl, looks like a sunset to me  sunny


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Post  Ev on Mon 18 Jun - 18:20

I have a Paul Walshe jug that has a sticker on it 'Paul Walshe Pottery Tauranga'.
Thought I had posted it too, but can't find it anywhere ......
The P is joined to the W on the angle, just like in the Marks Book where as this one is straight up and down.
I know Pat Watt and she made mostly handwork, so I would discount it as her mark.
Paul Wotherspoon is another option and there is one other potter that I can't think of atm ...
Just not sure yet sunshine .....
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Post  mumof1 on Mon 16 Jul - 16:29

Thought I would update this, as I have since sold the bowl, and the buyer is certain it is Paul Wotherspoon. sunny
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