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Post  Ev Sun 8 Jul - 18:45

This little dish caught my eye recently, because of the glaze which is like the stonehenge glaze that Titian used.
Found one other example of work made by febo on ebay, but no information and they took a guess that it was Italian.
I'm hoping to find out more about this pottery, so keep an eye out for me please.

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Post  Ev Mon 16 Jul - 18:53

Another pottery site gave me this lead -
http://viewitem.eim.ebay.hu/4x-Vintage-7x35-Glazed-Cave-Painting-Signed-Art-Pottery-Dishes-Trays-c1970s/160834358956/item/index.en-US.html

and the consensus for my dish is either French or Italian so far .....
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