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Post  Ev Tue 25 Jul - 9:47

Photos courtesy of the Ferret.
The Ferret wonders if this was made at the Peter Lowrie Pottery, as the glaze is very similar.
He also says that he work is very fine and reminds him of Daniel Steenstra's work.
A Steenstra teapot has been photographed for comparisons.
Please add your thoughts.

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Post  Maryr Tue 25 Jul - 10:00

Hi Ferret, thanks for posting these pix
There are some Steenstra/Lowrie pieces that have a similar bright green glaze - but I think this teapot is by someone else.
The clay looks different and that mark is not familiar to me.
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Post  Ferret Tue 25 Jul - 16:47

Thanks Val. I put the two pots together to compare the glaze and wondered if it could have come from the same studio. It's a great piece made by a very experienced potter. Hopefully someone will recognise the mark. Thanks lots


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