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Post  Maryr Fri 28 Jul - 16:19

This range of shells was modelled in-house, and the colours were  also developed at Studio Ceramics.  Some of these platters were made in very large sizes - eg I have seen a Tuatua shell that was (from memory) 60 cm across.  I will add to this information when I do more research but meanwhile I will put up the photos to place them on record.
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Post  Christopher Barron Fri 28 Jul - 17:38

Never seen the Mussel one, looks great

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