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Temuka jug

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Temuka jug

Post  Flick on Mon 28 Jan - 11:03

I would like to know more about my Temuka jug. It is quite fine, and an elegant shape, 19cm tall, creamy colour with pale green at top. It appears from the back stamp to be 1960's-1970's? Does anyone know the name of this design or any information? Thanks. Photo links below

https://i.servimg.com/u/f15/18/07/94/05/pot112.jpg
https://i.servimg.com/u/f15/18/07/94/05/pot211.jpg

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Re: Temuka jug

Post  Ev on Mon 28 Jan - 13:05

It's not a shape that I'm familiar with Flick.
Thelma knows a lot about Temuka and hopefully she will add some info when she stops by.
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Re: Temuka jug

Post  Flick on Mon 28 Jan - 14:28

Thanks Ev, will be interested to learn more. I have just found one the same on trade me and it was recorded as 'Woodlands' pattern, evidently a short production run. But would love to know when it was produced and any more info.

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