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Trickle Glaze history

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Trickle Glaze history

Post  HeatherT on Tue 19 May - 21:33

http://www.nzmuseums.co.nz/index.php?option=com_nstp&task=showDetail&recordIdSet=2315&objectContext=Portage+Ceramics+Trust++crown+lynn

Found this as I was scouting about...dont know if that throws any light on your pet hate Ev...
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Re: Trickle Glaze history

Post  Ev on Thu 28 May - 21:11

Doesn't shed any light on my pet hate....
just tells me that the Portage Museum is continuing the trickling phenomenon !
Where did this originate?
Who came up with this terminology?
That's what I want to find out!!
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