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Could this be John & Tina Bakker mark ?

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Could this be John & Tina Bakker mark ?

Post  mumof1 on Thu 16 Aug - 21:19



and the vase (sorry camera is playing up again).
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Re: Could this be John & Tina Bakker mark ?

Post  Cat-a-lat on Thu 16 Aug - 22:15

I do rather like that vase, shame about the camera!
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Re: Could this be John & Tina Bakker mark ?

Post  Ev on Fri 17 Aug - 7:22

It looks like their mark to me ....
Crikey that photo is a hoot :O2laugh:
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Re: Could this be John & Tina Bakker mark ?

Post  mumof1 on Wed 19 Sep - 14:22

Yes, my camera is playing up something terrible at the moment. If you agree, you could put it in the gallery if you like. Meanwhile, I need a lie down from having to take 2 of everything to make sure at least one comes out :thud:
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Post  Ev on Wed 19 Sep - 14:33

Thanks for bumping this, as I was so distracted by your split personality pot that I forgot to put the mark into the Gallery Wink
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