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Post  Jonno Fri 11 Nov - 21:05

Jupiter   for the gallery Cl_jup11Jupiter   for the gallery Cl_bs_16
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Post  Ev Sun 13 Nov - 7:00

This was in the Gallery, but appears to have fallen through a cyber crack
so I will add your pic thanks Jonno.
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Post  Jonno Sun 13 Nov - 9:23

Cyber crack Cool Cool Cool Cool Tres Drole

CL seemed to use similar multi rings in orange brown on a yellow glaze for a lot of styles. I have quite a few that are similar but no BS. in some cases.
Perhaps the were getting up to speed using the Murray-Curvex machines which I recall seeing operating at CL. They had some difficulties in getting them up to speed I read.
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