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Anita Thompson

Post  Kat & Co. on Thu 4 Apr - 11:42

Anita Thompson(ex pat USA) then living Opua was a friend of Yvonne Rust from her days in the Bay of Islands...Her beautiful Raku pots were available briefly around 1995 from the Quarry Craft Shop. I love you

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Post  Ev on Thu 4 Apr - 12:05

Just beautiful !! I adore raku ware :cloud7:
I will pop her mark into the Gallery thank you Kat.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Wed 22 Jan - 16:26

Adriana bought one of Anita's pot's back then too this is her one.. dated 1985  Cool 

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Post  Kat & Co. on Wed 12 Feb - 10:04

I  I love you Op shops! my $3 find this week.. Cool 
Its Raku & needs a scrub clean & Im not sure how wet I should get it...
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Post  Ev on Wed 12 Feb - 14:22

Such a lucky Kat cat
It doesn't matter how much water you use to clean it as it will be very porous and will dry quite quickly. When we make raku the glaze has a sooty coating on it and a steel scrubby and lots of water are required to remove this coating.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Wed 12 Feb - 16:37

Ta for that! I will go give it a good clean it needs it!  cat 
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