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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 19 Jan - 13:00

The two speckled pieces are clearly Orzel. The ramekin differs from the brown one I posted elsewhere but has the same blue-green glaze inside. I'm pretty sure the large bowl with tab handles is Orzel too but my reasoning is general rather than specific.

JAR/POTFour more Orzel Shapes Store110
Speckle-glaze storage pot with ceramic-handled cork, 103mm H to lip x 70 W at base, no marking seen
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I guess we'll be seeing more of these. I have three different shapes now and the two posted by DaSiEm under Abbeville includes at least one other.
http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t2478-abbeville-new-zealand#7374
The handle on the cork is a nice touch.

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Speckle glaze mug, 84 H x 72 OD at top x 65 OD at base
Lots of speckle-glaze beer mugs have been posted lately. This is the second speckle-glaze coffee mug. I have not seen this shape in any other glaze, but now I've found it I will keep an eye out.

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Ramekin, 57 H x 110 OD top x 73 OD base
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The blue-green glaze inside matches my other Orzel ramekin, and salt and pepper.

POT/BOWL (I think this is Orzel)Four more Orzel Shapes Pot11
Bowl with tab handles, 65 H x 132 OD top x 112 OD base
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Reminded me of Thelma's casseroles in green, but the body shape is different and maybe the handles are too.
http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t1371-nz-pottery-from-the-70s-is-made-by-orzel#3625
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Post  Kat & Co. on Sun 19 Jan - 16:34

Two more I think are Orzel 7cmd x 5.5cmh bowl from the dump shop & from the 10c bin a vase 10.5cmh looks like a Titian 500s shape but is smaller & the grooves are subtle..both have grooves like above.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 19 Jan - 20:22

Kat,
Don't know the vase, don't know much about vases at all.
And to make your job harder this is the shape that every pottery
seems to have used!

But, I'm pretty sure the sugar bowl is a standard Royal Oak piece.
Some are more "groovy" than others!

We have all seen so much of the Royal Oak flower decoration that
when some other glaze turns up it's always a surprise.
The handles on the Royal Oak mugs (the ones in ALL the op-shops)
are so distinctive I use the mugs as a key to RO glazes.
Now a new RO mug shape has appeared (from the Deco2Retro blog),
some more surprises are bound to turn up.
http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t4516-royal-oak-pink-setting-on-facebook#15976

When new shapes and glazes turn up together working out whose they are
can be a problem which is why I put a query on the bowl I posted above.

Quite often now I find myself asking is it Royal Oak or Orzel?
They both had so many different glazes (is colourway the right term?);
new shapes are still emerging for both, and will be for quite a while yet,
I think.

I'm currently trying to work out who made some brown canisters,
and I'm pretty sure it's either Royal Oak or Orzel,
but yet to work out which.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 20 Jan - 9:04

I think the handles (..are they hand applied? they look like they could be in photo?) on your casserole above look similar to the 104. casserole in gallery.. cat 
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Post  Ev on Mon 20 Jan - 9:28

I agree with Kat re the handles on the ramekins. I saw some of these once and didn't get them and when I went back they were gone. They had three numbers on the base, not sure now but could have been 104. They had the same handles. Orzel.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 20 Jan - 11:01

Another pic of the Vase  cat 
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 20 Jan - 11:21

Kat, I agree that the bowl/casserole is similar to the 104, but its profile is different,
and it has a flat bottom. The handles are not as rounded. I prefer yours. (Colour too!)

The handle on the ramekin (below, left) IS applied, and hollow to the outside.
Too tricky for a mould. The handle of my brown Orzel ramekin, posted elsewhere,
is blanked off outside and hollow inside, easier to mould, harder to clean.
The mould line on the other runs along the handle.

The handles on the bowl/casserole are NOT applied.
They have come out of the mould with the pot.
Photo below (right) shows the mould line (north-south) crosses the middle
between the handles.
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