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Post  mumof1 Fri 8 Nov - 9:21

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I found this unusual pottery posy ring yesterday, stickered with Erika Aupperle and Maata Pottery, but no mark
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Thu 10 Nov - 15:50

I bought this Erika Aupperle mug new from South Street Gallery (Nelson) last year. Low fire porcelain. It is in regular use. Unmarked.
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As I was drinking a mug of tea yesterday afternoon I noticed a potter's mark I had not seen before. Located adjacent to the handle at the base, it takes the form of a simply incised A with the crossbar passing through the uprights.
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Maybe we can replace this in the gallery when a better one turns up.
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