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Post  teaandcoffee on Wed 6 Mar - 17:40

Just wanted to share two lovely bits source from op-shops and garage sales that were just too good to leave even though they are damaged.

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Roy Cowan was a real master and the teapot was by him (probably 1960s). He is supposed to be a modernist but this bit could happily fit in an "anglo-oriental" collection.

Among the most committed anglo-orientalists were Harry and May Davis and this fantastic coffeepot is by their Crewenna Pottery

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I still love them I love you

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Post  Ev on Thu 7 Mar - 8:27

They are lovely examples of quality NZ Studio pottery, even though they are not perfect.
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