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Post  Ev on Mon 9 Nov - 11:52

While doing a big sort out in my pottery studio and adding some more shelves, at last I have my work bench cleared since being given a heap of Crown Lynn, I came across this Ionic Stewpot first made April 1970 that has fraction marks on the base and thought I should add it here.  I know a lot of clay has gone under the bridge since the early Ambrico fraction marks, but perhaps they have the same meaning?



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