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Post  Ev on Thu 19 Feb - 18:45

At last I found a piece of Cloudstone pottery!  Someone was asking about it somewhere and I thought it was on here, but I can't find it.  They wanted to get some more as they loved it so much.
Well here is a dish and it has several different coloured glazes on it.  This is stoneware and has been high fired.  The dish has been made using the slab technique.


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Post  Noeleen on Fri 26 Feb - 11:43

I have 6 bowls and plates in purple/mauve tonings plus a 2 cat ornament of Cloudstone pottery. They were purchased from a collectives craft shop in Botany, Auckland in early 2000. I understand the potter went to Australia when I enquired to buy more. Shop no longer there.


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Post  Hannele on Fri 13 Apr - 12:02

A gorgeous little dish in an almost purplish, dark blue. The mark on this also contains 2 hands:


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