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Post  kitsch Thu 15 Dec - 10:29

Help required please to identify the mark on the base of this pot.Identifying a pottery mark Bb575c10
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Post  Ev Thu 15 Dec - 11:14

Hi there, this looks like Peter Gibbs, mark and work.
Cheers Ev
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Post  Kitsch51 Thu 15 Dec - 11:25

Hi Ev thank you for prompt reply. I am delighted that after struggles with posting photos in the past that I was able to send this successfully.
I do voluntary work for the charity Birthright helping to identify unusual donated items for sale in their Op shop so the information on the potter is very helpful.  Kind regards. Chris

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