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Post  mumof1 on Wed 8 Aug - 12:43


I think I have got this right, I originally thought it was Paul Laird, but certain it is Christopher Clouston from Hokitika now.  sunny
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Post  Ev on Wed 8 Aug - 14:47

I agree ..... thank you sunny
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Post  Ev on Thu 13 Jun - 20:42

A mug made by Christopher Clouston which is interesting as it looks like a decal was made specifically for these mugs ....



and the backstamp ....
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Post  Cat-a-lat on Mon 17 Jun - 15:49

Bought this gorgeous wee goblet today, it is just beautifully made and jumped out at me. Was very happy to pay $2 for it!




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Post  Ev on Mon 17 Jun - 16:04

Heavily reduced iron oxide decoration with speckles in the clay = fantastic!
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Post  Cat-a-lat on Mon 17 Jun - 16:17

It has a lovely deep bowl to it, I love this style of un-footed (for lack of a better description) goblet. 

I've looked up a few examples of his work, and have to say, what a talented potter he is, has a real touch with the glazes!
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Post  Trosco on Sun 3 Nov - 21:06

Hi I am new to this forum. I bought a vase with a lid by CP Clouston but am unable to find any information about this artist or his work.
Can anyone help me find out more. Thank you, Jacque.

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Post  Ev on Mon 4 Nov - 7:05

I don't know very much about Christopher Clouston, but I often see his work listed on TradeMe. His stylised tree decoration is unique and stands out. Check out the pieces on this search on google -
https://www.google.co.nz/search?q=C+Clouston+pottery+nz&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=-Ip2UqqyJIKjlQXwpYCwDw&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1366&bih=673#q=Clouston+pottery%2Btrademe&tbm=isch&facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=ssfPMWqyXYFLxM%3A%3B0mVxmaUVvk65pM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fimages.trademe.co.nz%252Fphotoserver%252Fgv%252F261133024.jpg%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.trademe.co.nz%252Fpottery-glass%252Fporcelain-pottery%252Fother-nz-manufacturers%252Fauction-579910783.htm%3B233%3B175
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Post  mumof1 on Mon 4 Nov - 7:09

The only information that I can add is that he is from Hokitika.
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Post  mumof1 on Fri 13 Feb - 22:12


I found this pot the other day, with the classic tree design

But this is signed by him, Chris Clouston
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Post  Cat-a-lat on Thu 26 Mar - 15:24





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Post  Ev on Thu 26 Mar - 15:48

Aha and bravo well done and I saw this somewhere else and liked it already cheers :3wisesmilies:
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Post  Ev on Thu 2 Apr - 17:38

Aha I found my own piece today. A darling little cheese bell, with his gorgeous tree decoration. Love it and will post pics at a later date :loveit:
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Post  Ev on Sun 5 Apr - 8:15

I didn't need this, but fell in love with it when I saw it and had to have it :cloud7:
It's a dinky sized cheese bell ...



His stamp has been filled with a peculiar pink stain ...?
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sat 24 Sep - 22:19

I saw three pieces today at Red Cross (or is it St Johns?) Kaiwaka that looked like CPC's designs but they appeared to be painted rather than glazed and on pinkish-bodied castware.

Any thoughts?

Also I bought two of four (the other two are cracked) Clouston mugs at Hospice yesterday. They have a similar design to Cat-a-lat's wine sip above. They are tightly wasted like my Simon Engelhard mug, making them look very 1960s. I am very pleased with them; they are quite unlike what I have seen before.
Marked as in the gallery.

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Post  Hannele on Sun 29 Apr - 13:38

Will you just look at this gorgeous gravy / sauce boat? The shape, the colours, that tree. Minute damage to the bottom of the spout, but apart from that in pristine shape. The mark isn't too clear, but it certainly is Christopher:





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Post  Cat-a-lat on Sun 29 Apr - 20:16

Jeremy Ashford wrote:I saw three pieces today at Red Cross (or is it St Johns?) Kaiwaka that looked like CPC's designs but they appeared to be painted rather than glazed and on pinkish-bodied castware.

Any thoughts?

Also I bought two of four (the other two are cracked) Clouston mugs at Hospice yesterday. They have a similar design to Cat-a-lat's wine sip above. They are tightly wasted like my Simon Engelhard mug, making them look very 1960s. I am very pleased with them; they are quite unlike what I have seen before.
Marked as in the gallery.

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I don't know about the castware, but I picked up a matching two mugs to yours just the other week! Can't remember whether it was on a Wellington jaunt or here in Palmy, but I am also rather well pleased! Curious to see your Engelhard mug, have you posted it here?
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