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Post  mike67 on Fri 10 Oct - 10:03

I would like some feedback on whether these items can attributed to Kermiko.
Kemiko mug I am pretty sure. Shape and glaze match.
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Coffee jar with glaze match to mug 155 mm high and shape match to other Kermiko
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Very large lidded pot or casserole with glaze match. This is a monster 240 mm high and 230 mm wide. I would like to use it as a casserole but not sure if it is suitable.
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The body glaze is the same as the coffee and mug although it looks lighter in the photo.

The body of these salt and peppers also feels like Kermiko and I think Jeremy has posted a Kermiko mug with this glaze.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Fri 10 Oct - 11:33

Look what I found when I typed Kermiko stoneware into google:

http://www.oldfriends.co.nz/Institution.aspx?id=267196

This is a trademe reunion site for Kermiko Stoneware.
I did not join as I thought it impolite to butt in, but it has three members which could be useful information for the forum.

Mike, where this came from is that I had it in my my mind that all Kermiko was stoneware and thus should be oven safe. I agree about the mug and coffee shapes so if the glaze is a match on the casserole I think you are on to something.

And ...
Is the top glaze on left mug what you were talking about wrt salt and pepper?
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Also ...
I have noticed on the other Kermiko salt and pepper that both are the same shape ie pepper (marked with "P") has just one hole on top: this new set seems to be the same.


I'm so please to see new glazes appearing for Kermiko. The same old transfers again and again got a bit boring.

Later ...
Mike, I had a look at the Kermiko casserole at our Hospice shop and I believe handles and knob are a match. Hospice one is smaller, about 8 inches across the handles and 6 1/2 high to top of knob.
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Post  Maryr on Fri 10 Oct - 17:45

Mike your first mug is 99% definite Kermiko. Ev and I took one to Barry Sluiters who confirmed it for us.
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Post  mike67 on Sun 12 Oct - 10:10

The mug, the coffee jar and the casserole/pot are an exact glaze match and all feel like Kermiko. It has that lovely smooth, silky stoneware feel. I find it very tactile.
Jeremy, the mug is the one I was referring to as a match for the salt and pepper set. The pepper does have two holes though.
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