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Post  Ev on Thu 9 Jan - 20:35

Another speckled glaze product.  There was no way that I wanted to buy this piece so I happily just took it's photo.  It has a footring, but there are no markings on the base.  The shape and style are not to my liking, but it would have served it's purpose and you can tell from the cork that it has had a lot of use.

Orzel tea cannister Orzel_19

Just noticed teaandcoffee is on the site and want to add that this glaze is made using West Auckland black beach sand to make the speckle.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Fri 10 Jan - 12:54

Ev, you forced my hand! I was trying to avoid these.
Not actually ugly just no charm.
I did need a container for peppercorns though.
Orzel tea cannister Pepper10
"Peppercorns" 10.5cm H to lip x 7 OD base
flat base (so no marks), typical rough Orzel fettling
Orzel tea cannister Spices10
(thank you to SPCA Whangarei for permission to photograph)

The glaze is definitely yellowed, rather than the whitish glaze or the tea canister.


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Post  Ev on Fri 10 Jan - 13:13

Hehe those look rather small .. I will measure the canister later. Glaze doesn't go yellow foes it? It could be a different glaze.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Fri 10 Jan - 13:26

I don't think so, unless it's a varnish!
(I guess I meant yellow-Y, rather than yellow-ED)
There appears to be a wide variation in the colour of the speckle glaze.
The tankard I just posted is different again.
http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t4408-adelaar-orzel-beer-mug-tankard-hemara#15782

The spices are definitely from the same series though, huh?
I have looked at them a number of times aware that they would be Orzel,
but was not tempted to buy. Just one doesn't hurt!


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