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Post  Ev on Thu 20 Feb - 16:40

The true colour only shows up in small areas in the photo and is a warm light honey colour with speckles.

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The base is extremely interesting and reads:
Adelaar Craft Pottery
Colonial Ware
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An old shape that was made by most all of the original potteries in NZ.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 20 Feb - 19:07

Similar mark here:
http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t243-adelaar-was-a-brand-name-used-by-titian-in-the-1970-s#14411

How big is this one? The one in the link is tiny, at only about 10cm high, and the cork hole much less well defined. Perhaps there is a range of different sizes to look out for.
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Post  Ev on Thu 20 Feb - 19:11

I didn't get it Jeremy and I noticed your one after I had posted this which is odd?
So I'm ever so pleased that I didn't pay $6 for it.
It is around the same size as the Spill Vase which is 8 inches but I will check it out next time I see it. This has a totally new glaze to me that I'm not familiar with.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 20 Feb - 23:56

Ditto. I didn't buy those two either. Jill's good about letting me take photos.
Their glazes are similar but quite different, both in size of speckle and colour.
There are variations in all theĀ beer mugs too.
This one looks quite shiny, judging from the crisp reflections.
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