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Chris Fersterer

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Chris Fersterer

Post  Ev on Thu 10 Jun - 14:00

I was happy to find a piece of Chris Fersterer's work to put on here,
as his mark is sometimes mistaken for Ian Firth's mark.



and his F mark which is very different to Ian Firths.
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Re: Chris Fersterer

Post  karniecoops on Tue 8 Jan - 9:13

Is this also one of his then?  

I bought this tea pot in the Bay of Islands in the 80s.  I did have 4 cups as well, but they seem to have left my company over the years which is a shame as they were big, round and lovely to hold (as well as look at).


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Post  Ev on Wed 9 Jan - 7:14

Oh Wow that is simply stunning!!
Yes the mark looks like it's a match too.
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Re: Chris Fersterer

Post  karniecoops on Wed 9 Jan - 8:03

Yes it's a fabulous teapot. So sad I no longer have the cups. But am glad I now know who the potter is, thank you. Is he still based up north do you know?
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Post  Ev on Wed 9 Jan - 8:06

The Potters' Marks book says he was based in Dunedin, but pots and potters travel all over the place Very Happy
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Post  karniecoops on Wed 9 Jan - 8:07

Thank you Ev.
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