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Papa Pottery - Taihape

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Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  Cat-a-lat on Fri 2 Jan - 11:59

On a small pouring bowl that I forgot to take a photo of

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Re: Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  mumof1 on Fri 2 Jan - 13:25

Wonderful Cat, as that is Lindsay Baine's mark cheers I only know this because I updated some info in my potters marks book the other day, and Papa Pottery Taihape is what I added to the mark. Will pop it in the gallery.
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Re: Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  Ev on Fri 2 Jan - 13:31

This pottery shows up as still operating?
24 Huia St, Taihape Rangitikei

The B mark on the left is strangely familiar ....?
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Re: Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  haselnuss on Sun 4 Jan - 10:09

The Baine family sold their house and moved away from Taihape several years ago.
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Re: Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  haselnuss on Sat 21 Feb - 9:54

We had this plate made for my Mums grave in Germany 10 years ago by Papa Pottery.
He used my own simple design. A piece of NZ pottery history in Germany.



This photo was taken before the headstone was installed.

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Re: Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  Ev on Sat 21 Feb - 12:04

That is so lovely in all ways ....
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Re: Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  haselnuss on Fri 31 Jul - 11:47

Another Papa Pottery piece.
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Re: Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  haselnuss on Thu 21 Jan - 13:48

A wonderful bowl.
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A very early mug

Post  mumof1 on Sat 6 May - 17:46


This is a really good big mug, and one of the first made by Lindsay at Taihape, so he tells me.
The message goes right around the mug. I don't use it now as it is too big for me, so I listed it on TM, and the buyer was Lindsay!
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Re: Papa Pottery - Taihape

Post  Ev on Sat 6 May - 18:44

That is so cool Sunny sunny
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