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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 18 Nov - 9:34

'Pure & Natural Honey from New Zealand'
Red label says.. Pioneer New Zealand Produced by BVM Ceramics Remuera Auckland NZ.
is this Royal Oak? cat 
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 18 Nov - 11:30

Kat,
the transfer looks like something Kermiko would use but I can't see a match in the Kermiko topic.
The finish looks more like Kermiko than it does Royal Oak.
Stewart Salisbury posted some background on Kermiko in the Stewart topic.
(I'm going to put a link in the Kermiko topic too.)
I checked it to see if the initials BVM corresponded and they don't.
http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t2466-stewart-pottery-ltd#9512
They have a Barry Sluiters and a later Norm Parker.
I can't think off-hand of Royal Oak using transfers but I'll look tomorrow at the op-shops.
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Post  Ev on Mon 18 Nov - 13:05

Very interesting Kat.  I can't see any likelihood that it is Royal Oak.  It's too professionally well made and I would like to know what BVM stands for.  I'm going to put those initials in the topic title so help find it again. I will have to look out the ceramic manufacturers from old phone book yellow pages to see if they are there ..... when time permits.
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