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Cabbagetree Pottery

Post  Cat-a-lat on Fri 2 Jan - 11:55





http://www.pottersmarks.co.nz/?s=cabbage+tree
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Re: Cabbagetree Pottery

Post  Ev on Fri 2 Jan - 13:33

Hahaa at last one that I will agree with even though it's a little different cheers
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This one too?

Post  mumof1 on Sat 3 Jan - 17:22


The pattern on this looks similar, and I have been trying to work out the mark since April last year

Thanks for prompting me with yours Cat!
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Post  Cat-a-lat on Sat 3 Jan - 17:31

Looks like it to me, and there's another one with similar pattern listed on TM at the moment, with comment that someone told them it was cabbagetree pottery.

Here it is

http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/other-nz-manufacturers/auction-828450729.htm
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Post  mumof1 on Sat 3 Jan - 17:36

So funny, after all this time, they are popping up all over the place!
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Does this look like a Cabbagetree bowl?

Post  Hannele on Mon 5 Mar - 18:21

The marking seems very similar to the Cabbagetree mark posted here, but not identical. Does it look real to you all?



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Post  Ev on Tue 6 Mar - 7:17

I see a ponga tree Hannele and I don't know who the mark belongs to.
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Post  Hannele on Tue 6 Mar - 9:33

Thank you, Ev. Back to research it looks like.
Ponga tree? New country, new flora and now learning to recognise potters' marks. Who ever said life was boring?

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