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2 canisters, maker unknown: Orzel (or Royal Oak)?

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2 canisters, maker unknown: Orzel (or Royal Oak)?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 13 Jan - 14:30

Two slipcast canisters needing corks

Left is 120 x 75 x 98
Right is 158 x 90 x 110
Both have flat bottoms

Shown with the Orzel canister I just posted at:
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t4491-adelaar-orzel-corked-storage-jar-new-base-mark#15879
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 13 Jan - 17:28

And then again, maybe they are Royal Oak.

The brown glaze is a good match for the Orzel lidded canisters
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t4385-orzel-brown-slipcast-lidded-jar#15322
but the shape is a good match for these (below, two different sizes)
which, despite masquerading as Orzel with those cheeky drips, I know to be Royal Oak because this one (left below) has glaze to match the Royal Oak mug (right).

All together now...
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