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Post  Ev on Thu 7 Mar - 18:17

Finally I found a Stever Fullmer piece!!!  



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Post  Ev on Sun 14 Sep - 6:48

Steve Fullmer worked alongside Steenstra at Beach Pottery and would know if the orange wares came from there. He is still potting in Nelson and I believe has an outlet there. This link confirms his relationship with Steenstra ...

http://hrncirna.cz/en/galery_guest_fullmer_1.html
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Post  Kat & Co. on Sat 4 Oct - 14:30

This is quirky as, this ones in green & black on terracotta. Cool
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