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A sacred pot ....

Post  Ev on Wed 5 Oct - 13:29

Only a handful of our potters are considered National Treasures and Pat Perrin is one of them. 

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Re: A sacred pot ....

Post  Maryr on Wed 5 Oct - 15:06

Ev that is an outstanding photo of an outstanding pot.
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Post  Ev on Wed 5 Oct - 15:09

It is truly outstanding Val and I feel very blessed that someone gave it to the Hospice shop for me to find.  It is the finest pot I have and so full of the potter's personality. 
I'm so in love with it.
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Re: A sacred pot ....

Post  Kat & Co. on Fri 7 Oct - 20:22

Nice find Ev Cool
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