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Traditional Pot in Brown,Green, Cream & Orange

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Traditional Pot in Brown,Green, Cream & Orange

Post  mike67 on Sat 4 Oct - 21:30

This Traditional NZ pot is 150 mm high. I can just pick up the mould lines. Cream running to green and then stark white on the inside. Very nice spiral decorated base.

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Re: Traditional Pot in Brown,Green, Cream & Orange

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 5 Oct - 15:23

Beautiful clear mark, Mike.
As this IS marked, can we assume it is slipware?

I like the colours. Is that line of orange similar to the uranium glaze?
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Re: Traditional Pot in Brown,Green, Cream & Orange

Post  mike67 on Sun 5 Oct - 17:33

I can see the opposing mould lines just coming up from the base so I am pretty sure it is slip cast. Yes the orange is very much like the uranium orange and the inside is very white as well.
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Re: Traditional Pot in Brown,Green, Cream & Orange

Post  Ev on Fri 17 Oct - 7:27

This pot is similar to the Beach Artware stamped one with regards to the glaze and the clay.
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