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Post  gloworm on Fri 20 Apr - 21:31

This Pottery cannister is 215mm tall and has a terracotta clay body. The use of string, type of clay and the mark remind me of Barry Brickle. Cannot find this potters mark anywhere to identify though the whole thing looks very New Zealandish.
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Maybe someone can identify?? sunny
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Post  Ev on Sat 21 Apr - 12:11

I like that pot and the way the glaze breaks where the cord was rolled onto it for decoration. Can't say that the I know the mark, but it looks familiar .....
Love your avatar gloworm Cool It matches the site header pic too :cloud7:
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