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Handpainted patterns on white plates

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Handpainted patterns on white plates

Post  JanPots on Fri 19 Aug - 14:43



Also interestingly Forma 012 colour white I don't think we have that and also 1974 written underneath the Backstamp.
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Re: Handpainted patterns on white plates

Post  JanPots on Fri 19 Aug - 14:47

I also have this one too

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Re: Handpainted patterns on white plates

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Fri 19 Aug - 16:07

Are these homers?
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Re: Handpainted patterns on white plates

Post  JanPots on Fri 19 Aug - 18:56

I heard that when staff had "time to spare" they were allowed to practice painting on plates.... sounds like a Friday afternoon thing hahaha
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Re: Handpainted patterns on white plates

Post  Ev on Sat 20 Aug - 6:01

China painting was a huge hobby in the 70's 80's and 90's and probably still is.  Usually using white blank crockery and painted then fired to the china paint temperature.  Western Potters took classes for years and supplied the blanks and the china paints and even did the firings. You occasionally see pieces on Trade Me that have been done this way.
Yes the designers were let loose to do what they wanted to when things were quiet I was told by one, but I doubt if they would have signed their work as these have been.
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