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Post  Cat-a-lat Wed 14 Mar - 18:18

picked up a few interesting bits and bobs today

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Not sure if the spiral on two of these is a potters mark? these are gorgeous


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Post  Ev Thu 15 Mar - 8:28

Great finds!
Don't think that the rings on those beautiful bowls are the potters mark.
They look like throwing rings made by the potter's fingers.
Yes the little vase is definitely John Lawrence cheers
That's an interesting mark on the mug .... though I don't recognise it.
How much of the mark is covered with glaze?
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Post  Cat-a-lat Thu 15 Mar - 9:12

Thanks Smile It's hard to tell what might be under the glaze as it is quite thick - the surrounding oval disappears into it with no trace - the mark may extend a little into it, but there's not much room for much more within the (imagined) confines of the oval, so I think it's mostly complete.
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