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Does anyone recognise this? Chris Weaver has confirmed this as his work.

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Does anyone recognise this? Chris Weaver has confirmed this as his work.

Post  Hannele on Mon 5 Feb - 17:21

In the OP shop I found the cutest teapot, with a rounded bottom and with a lid fitting into the top, not on it. There is also a, very small, mark on the bottom. I have no idea what it is, because I don't know pottery. Does anybody have an idea?


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Post  Ev on Mon 5 Feb - 19:26

That mark looks very familiar and I hope someone recognises it for you Smile
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Post  Hannele on Mon 5 Feb - 20:58

As I said, the mark is very small, at first I wasn't sure what it was, taking a picture made it more distinctive.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 5 Feb - 21:09

Chris Weaver 1976-1992 mark me thinks.. Marks of NZ Potters book, page 131 cat
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Post  Hannele on Mon 5 Feb - 23:08

Ooh, interesting. Guess it's research time.
This is so exciting!
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Post  Ev on Tue 6 Feb - 12:07

You could email Chris and get his confirmation that he made the teapot.
There is a contact option on his website:

http://www.chrisweaver.co.nz/

Please let us know Smile
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Post  Hannele on Tue 6 Feb - 12:09

Thank you, I will and I will.
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Post  Hannele on Tue 6 Feb - 21:08

Chris had confirmed this is his work: "Yes that is a very early one of mine. I'm not sure exactly when I made it but it was fired in my old fast-fire wood kiln."
Makes me wonder where it was all those years, since it was in mint condition when I found it. And did I mention it works beautifully to make tea in?
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