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Post  mumof1 Sat 6 Apr - 20:38

Neeco Temuka Mottled Vase Dsc05020
Lovely cobalt blue mottled vase. Reminds me of the Timaru Pottery crocks
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Post  Ev Sun 7 Apr - 7:26

Such a fabulous striking glaze !!
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Post  Jonno Sun 7 Apr - 10:46

I agree, a wonderful brilliant glaze form this now 80 year old enterprise. I recall different colours of a similar glaze but never one such a brilliant blue.

There is an interesting short history at < http://www.nzinsulators.co.nz/history

and in the second paragraph a link to a much more extensive one including right at the end a fascinating detailed description of how they made NZR cups.

I have a personal interest as my late father was born at Kakahu in 1900.
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