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Is this a Seymour May piece by Mayfire Pottery?

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Is this a Seymour May piece by Mayfire Pottery?

Post  mumof1 on Sat 15 Sep - 15:14


The mark,

and the lovely colours in the glaze
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Re: Is this a Seymour May piece by Mayfire Pottery?

Post  Ev on Sat 15 Sep - 19:30

It looks like you are right on the button -
http://www.nzpotters.com/FeatureArticles/SeymourMay.cfm
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Re: Is this a Seymour May piece by Mayfire Pottery?

Post  mike67 on Sun 18 Sep - 14:24

Very similar look to this Seymour May jug. Has S May inscribed and a device? at the top and bottom of the handle
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Some more of Mayfire Pottery NZ - Seymour May

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