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cheese keep: Peter Lowry ??

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cheese keep: Peter Lowry ??

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 18 Jun - 12:43

Peter Lowry from Jeremy

Looking forward to it Val.

In the meantime, here's another.

10cm H (unmarked)


With its mates from the dining room window cill:


Monday
Thanks Val and Ev for correctly identifying the potter as Peter Lowry.
It is so so like the work from Beach that Lowry must have been very skilled.
I have moved these pieces through to the kitchen cill and added another that was sitting round, a spoons jar, but it is too dark now to re-photo.

I'll see if I have a tokens jar to match as well.

I must have a few others somewhere.

The piped writing that appears to be a Lowry trademark appears on pieces in other glazes too. I did have some difficulty reconciling the white and brown with Peter Beach as it is a bit dull and now I know why.

Nothing wrong with this green and brown though. It's beautiful.

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Previously posted as Beach here:
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t5744p15-beach-artware-thoughts#24725

I found these lovely cups today at Sallies. Just bought the one. There are different sized bases and tops but otherwise they don't appear to be handpotted.

about 3 inches across and 2 1/4 high

You can see what I paid. I would have had the lot but there's just no room.
Still plenty for someone else to have a good set.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Fri 6 Nov - 11:18

cheese keep: Peter Lowry ??

From what I've read the piped lettering indicates that this one is Peter Lowry.

actual diameters: lid 17cm; plate 22

The lid appears to be turned, but I really can't tell how the plate was made, whether cast, jiggered, or turned. The plate has a footring.

Very odd to see a plate from Lowry or Beach (or Kiln Craft, Clay Craft or Parker for that matter).
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