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Arkansas Pottery

Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 18 Nov - 11:28

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Re: Arkansas Pottery

Post  Ev on Tue 18 Nov - 18:47

The Potters Marks book has an Arkansas Pottery that was from the Hokianga, though the A is a lot trimmer that your one, I guess they could be the same potters.
The jug is rather lumpy and bumpy isn't it and that is being polite Razz
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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 18 Jan - 16:59

Teapot with no lid I had to rescue Rolling Eyes theres alot of work around by this potter it would be nice to find out more.. who/when?  cat

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