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Post  Ev Sat 19 Feb - 14:16

Photos and words courtesy of the Ferret :

Here is a jug with a mark I have finally identified. It is by David Floria who worked at DCR with Barry and Paul Tobin in 1974 till 1975. He had potted in the States (Denver). There is a bit about him in the NZ Potter - vol. 17 number 1 -1975 - page 22. You can see Barry's influence with the spout on his jug. I've had this pot since I worked there back in yesteryear for ten odd years and never thought to ask Barry then.

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