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Post  Ev on Wed 15 Jul - 14:43

My new policy is that every time I get a box sent to me with a piece of pottery in it, is to fill up that box with pottery that I no longer want or require to make room for better examples and new pieces Twisted Evil  
First box is ready to deliver to the next charity shop that I visit and it feels so good .....
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Post  Kat & Co. on Wed 15 Jul - 16:07

I go put the box in my car too so its ready to go next time I Op shop,
but have been known to take things out of box again in car Smile
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Post  Ev on Thu 16 Jul - 18:47

Delivered the box without taking out things, mainly because there was mostly Orzel and Royal Oak pieces in it.  I bought a donated piece back once Embarassed
Anyway my finds today would have been at least half a box, with a shape 44 which had a chip that I didn't notice until after I had paid for it ..... *sigh*  and it matches my beautiful chipped shape 51 jug/vase.  A Daniel Steenstra slip decorated pot minus it's lid.  A pattern that I hadn't seen before and one that I had seen... Newport and Vila in buff. The best find was a Barry Brickell DCR Cup !!!! Hopeless just flippin hopeless!
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