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Post  mumof1 Thu 8 Sep 2011 - 5:08

Please help with these marks Dsc05610
I recognise this, but am at a loss to remember who it is! Embarassed
Please help with these marks Dsc05611
Please help with these marks Dsc05612
and do you think the last two are Waimea Potteries? possibly Jack Laird sunny
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Post  Ev Thu 8 Sep 2011 - 19:13

No idea who the first mark belongs to.....?
The other two could be Waimea Pottery. I have a couple of pieces, but they don't have the flourish on the P. As many potters worked there, it could be one way of putting a personal mark on the ware that they made.
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Post  Glenys Mon 15 Oct 2012 - 7:24

Did anyone answer these for you?
The bottom WP is definitely Waimea. If Jack Laird made it, it usually had a JL as well. I have an excellent teapot with this mark.

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