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Post  SCurtis Thu 13 Apr - 6:57

Does anyone know whose maker’s mark this is or indeed what these even are? There’s a whole box of different ones. Hollow inside with a nail at one end. Maker’s mark combines a T and E. Thanks! What are these and who made them please?  D40e0110

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Post  Ev Thu 13 Apr - 8:22

I don't know what they were made for, but think they go up the other way as the base needs to be free of glaze to fire them.
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