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The Quota Antiques Fair at Drury....

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The Quota Antiques Fair at Drury....

Post  Ev on Sun 5 Jul - 15:18

Finally went to this annual event today !
It was very interesting of course - though most of the pottery was English.
There was a small amount of New Zealand pottery that I checked out.
There was a .550. for $60..
A McCallums jug for $30..
a couple of Army bread and butter plates for $15 each..
A lovely Olive Jones vase for $195
Three pieces of Briar Gardner ... one was totally underfired hahaa @ $95 the others were $125..
A white 04 for $195 !!
A planter pot with the crownlynn stamp on it.... glazed on the outside with a sponged on green stain -
unglazed on the inside..... they thought this was handpotted ... it didn't say it was... $195 !!
and a white 119 for $95 ........ I knocked him down to $85 and got it!
A very pleasant way to waste a few hours indeed Very Happy
Now if I can just get this camera to work again... I will load the 119 Crying or Very sad

Ev
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