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Post  Ev on Tue 28 Jan - 14:49

Yes those are the ones Jeremy!
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 21 Aug - 20:41

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Post  Ev on Thu 21 Aug - 20:44

South Pacific Pottery By Stewart Pottery New Zealand on the base.
It looks the same as the Orzel ones doesn't it?
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 21 Aug - 21:43

(I read above now that Stewart Pottery has been mentioned previously.)

How many different potteries does that make that we know of?

Crown Lynn

Orzel

"Larry in View Road"

"Kathy" and Hobby Ceramics

Stewart Pottery


It sounds like a similar story to the Air New Zealand miniatures.
We appear to have an original designer for those.

It would be good to pin down the origins of the Ti-Toki bottle too.
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Aotearoa New Zealand Ti Toki

Post  Ev on Tue 5 Dec - 6:19

Thanks to Ana on Facebook who found the names of Ruth Hirst and Karuna Douglas who made the crocks at Muriwai from 2005 to at least 2007 and they have Aotearoa New Zealand on the base. They also mention numbers. This information is in this Life and Leisure article https://ti-toki.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/lifeleisure-article-sept-oct-07.pdf

I also want to include that Studio Ceramics were making the bottles up until they closed in May 2017. Not sure when they started, but made them for at least a couple of years.

Bob Steiner was trying to get the job last I heard.
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