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Post  mumof1 on Mon 5 Aug - 16:44

Heavily Glazed 598 Dsc06620
I can't figure out which colour was used first on this one, as the inside is a muddy green, but it also shows in places on the ourside. I have only seen this glaze before on the smaller fraction marked vases, and I also have a #44 in this colouring, but without the green.
Heavily Glazed 598 Dsc06621
No sign of a stamp, but I can see a green shadow under all that thick glaze, which looks like it could be the crown and New Zealand, right in the middle. The number is 99% there, with just a little glaze on the top of the 5. This must have been an experimental or second, as there are misses all over the vase, where it only shows cream. They look like chips, but are not.
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