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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 2 Dec - 13:17

I had a very GREEN morning. Orzel at Hospice,
Titian at SPCA, and THIS at Habitat:
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85mm H x 108 OD at lip, unmarked slipcast

I've started picking up a bit of unmarked ware
in an effort to identify the manufacturer.

This has a similar style of glaze to the Orzel and Titian items but darker.
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__________"Titian"_________Orzel________and just don't know!_______

I'm thinking KilnCraft/Clay Craft perhaps, as an alternative. Just don't know.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 2 Dec - 23:41

With the aid of a google image search I was able to find a 2011 trademe listing for what appears to be the same item, albeit with different glaze, advertised as a "lovely sugar bowl made by claycraft."

How they were able to identify it I do not know, but I suspect what Ev said in the "random mugs" topic may apply here too. Foot rings and flat bottoms appeared on the same item at different times. With a foot ring there is a place for a mark.

For text only see the link below.
http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/auction-431438906.htm
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