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help identifying hei tiki mug

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help identifying hei tiki mug

Post  misled on Fri 26 May - 19:09

Hey everyone, I'm hoping for a little help in identifying this mug? has anyone got any ideas? i was thinking maybe titian? it has a signature on the bottom  but i cant make it out .It is white on the inside.


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Re: help identifying hei tiki mug

Post  Ev on Fri 26 May - 20:28

This is a hard one misled .... Titian did make this mug and Hobby Ceramics also made it too.  Here is one link for you to check out ....

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Re: help identifying hei tiki mug

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sat 27 May - 2:25

And here are a couple more topics on the same mug shape.

The white interior suggests Titian rather than Hobby to me, like the Maori face mug Hemara made for Titian that went to market initially as Crown Lynn:

misled, I do not immediately recognise this glaze as Titian or Hobby but it looks vaguely Crown Lynn.

However ...

Unlike the Titian and/or Hobby examples we have seen, which are clearly marked Titian, this one appears not to have the Titian mark suggesting that it would then be one of those sold as greenware. If so it is a very pleasantly glazed example.

At the time bindi posted their example I was of the opinion that it was Hobby rather than Titian but two deep-pocketed collectors were happy to bid it into the hundreds of dollars as if it was Titian.

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