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Post  Ev Fri 29 Jan - 11:23

Peter potted in Hawera and taught pottery as well.
He passed away in 2017, so it's great to have his mark identified.
I've had this mug for several years and hadn't documented it yet, but have now that his work and mark came up on the NZ Studio Pottery Facebook page and was identified by people who knew him.
It is so important to me to document the work and the mark as every potter has a unique style.  A mark on it's own only tells half of the story.
Also I find it amusing how many potters' used their first name initial to stamp their work Very Happy
I did too  Laughing

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