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Post  Ev on Fri 11 Jun - 19:01

I was very happy to have been given this mug of Mike's as I didn't have his mark.
It is made with stoneware clay - high fired and very well made.
Mugs were the bread and butter of NZ potters and as the adage went ....
'There is a mug for every mug' lolz

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