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Post  TonyK on Thu 5 Mar - 7:30

After WWI the Red Cross set up the Disabled Soldier's Pottery in Redfern which produced a range of ware. These are very collectable now.

More recently the Repatriation Hospital at Concord had pottery classes as part of their rehab programme:
Pottery as therapy 100_4815

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This piece:
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has this label:
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which may suggest it was made at the hospital as part of a rehab programme.
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