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Post  mumof1 on Mon 15 Oct - 10:56

My Thomas Lovatt bowl Dsc02613
This has an unusual glaze on it. I wonder if it's valuable?
My Thomas Lovatt bowl Dsc02614
Clearly marked, from the 1940's?
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Post  Ev on Mon 15 Oct - 14:51

That is the same Te Rona marbled slip effect.

I really don't know enough about the Lovatt's history ... was Te Rona before or after the association with Temuka?
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Post  mumof1 on Mon 15 Oct - 21:02

I thought that Te Rona was Thomas Lovatt's son Victor, and since he retired from Temuka in 1966 (see article on link), i assume that Te Rona came after
http://www.collectiques.co.nz/forum/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1266&sid=7d58dff73e5d351cf39c8546827f9ab6
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Post  mumof1 on Fri 2 May - 9:01

This info might be more apt as the previous link no longer works http://www.markhillpublishing.com/new-zealands-te-rona-studio-pottery/
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