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Post  mumof1 on Sun 4 Jan - 15:26

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This bowl is quite bright
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and the mark
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 17 Nov - 0:04

Jeremy Ashford wrote:mug(s) by "RK"

The first mug is clearly marked "RK" with two dots, maybe three, and "1/1".
Ross & Kay Palmer Rk110

The second mug in the same body and glazes is less well executed.
Ross & Kay Palmer Rk210

Larger is about 90mm H, smaller about 70.

Pretty sure they're by the same person.
Ross & Kay Palmer Rk310

Apart from the obvious, the handles have the same two-finger press at top.
The body appears to match, seen through a bit of dirt on the smaller.
The clay is white and fine, with a sparkle like vitrified/porcelain and some very fine dark speck.

Bought about a month apart at Whangarei hospice shop, presumably the work of a Northlander.
From here:
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t6725-who-is-rk#26639

It's no wonder I couldn't find it in the gallery. Who would look under P for RK!
Potters marks says Taupo for the Palmers.

It would appear from the internet that Kay Palmer died this year.
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Post  Ev on Mon 1 Aug - 13:11

Ross and Kay Palmer from Taupo courtesy of the Ferret:


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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 11 Sep - 13:38

l bought the Ferret's RKP mug and this morning I found that I had another on the shelf (unmarked for maker) with the same decoration, so I now have four mugs by Ross and Kay Palmer:
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