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Post  Ev on Sun 21 May - 14:59

This is a fine soup mug with my favourite Shino glaze.
The mark seemed familiar and upon checking it out found that it was the mark of Mary Smith.  The Potters' Marks book says she came from Wellington.



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Post  Jared Henrici Thornton on Sun 12 Aug - 21:16

She's my neighbor! Her gas kiln was removed years ago, but she still has an electric kiln and is still potting as far as I know.

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Post  Ev on Mon 13 Aug - 7:02

Thank you for that information. Very Happy
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