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Barbara Skelton

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Post  Ev on Mon 17 Jun - 8:18

It's not a very impressive wee pot, but it does have her mark on it ...



and her distinctive mark ..
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Post  Cat-a-lat on Thu 30 Oct - 18:26

I found an impressive pot for you Ev!





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Post  Ev on Thu 30 Oct - 19:07

Thanks Cat, that's much better Very Happy
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Barbara Skelton Teapot

Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 2 Feb - 17:42

Op-Shop Treasure..finely potted & lovely matt cloudy blue! cat
I think its Barbara Skeltons later mark on it?
It needs a little horizontal plait replacing otherwise perfect I love you

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Post  Ev on Mon 2 Feb - 20:30

That is a beauty!! Yes you are correct and I will add it to the Gallery cheers
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 3 Feb - 9:26

Its had a clean but I can see it needs a better one Rolling Eyes as its been well used..
whats the best way to get old tea stains out of the spout? ..nappy wash? cat
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Re: Barbara Skelton

Post  Ev on Wed 4 Feb - 8:55

I used salt and Jif with some success. You could try the magical Polaris Stainless Steel Reviver as it melts away rust stains as you can see in this topic ...

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t3579-nzr-cup-and-saucer-in-need-of-lots-of-tlc

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