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John Wyse

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John Wyse

Post  Ev on Wed 1 Jan - 11:53

I've had this lovely shino casserole of John's for many years and use it often, as it isn't marked I've never added it to the site.

When I was the the ASP Big Clay Day Out in December I found a salt glazed mug that was made by John and I got it as it has his mark on it Smile

John's mark -

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Post  Cat-a-lat on Wed 1 Jan - 12:55

Nice pieces, I wonder if this will clear up any of our mystery 'spoked' marks...?

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