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Trickle glaze canary?

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Trickle glaze canary?

Post  M.V.retro on Sun 16 Oct - 11:37

Picked this up recently,Any ideas on maker?



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Re: Trickle glaze canary?

Post  Ev on Sun 16 Oct - 12:12

Hi there, other potteries like Pates Pottery in Australia also used a running glaze like the one that Ambrico used in these colourings.

For example here is a Mingay Ware swan ..
https://australianpottery.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/early-australian-pottery/
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Post  M.V.retro on Sun 16 Oct - 12:33

Ev wrote:Hi there, other potteries like Pates Pottery in Australia also used a running glaze like the one that Ambrico used in these colourings.

For example here is a Mingay Ware swan ..
https://australianpottery.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/early-australian-pottery/

Thanks Ev,so what you are saying is that you suspect it to be Australian made?

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Re: Trickle glaze canary?

Post  Ev on Sun 16 Oct - 12:54

I'm not even sure that it is Australian and I did a quick Google search and nothing similar showed up, but as it's the glaze that would make one consider it to be of New Zealand origin, I just wanted to point out other possibilities.
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Post  M.V.retro on Sun 16 Oct - 13:08

ok thanks as always

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