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Post  mike67 Mon 28 Apr - 18:43

Is this the double spoon thingy that is referred to in some of the Royal Oak posts? A very thick drip glaze coming down. 85 mm high and 120 mm wide.
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Post  Ev Mon 28 Apr - 19:35

I would say it is thanks Mike. I will add it to the Royal Oak Gallery.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 28 Apr - 22:31

A brilliant addition to the Royal Oak gallery, Mike.

Are you posting items from an existing collection, or adding what you pick up on a daily basis?
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Post  mike67 Tue 29 Apr - 16:22

Some stuff I have had for ages.....have always loved CL (Meri Meri my favourite dinner pattern) and NZ commercial pottery in general...especially anything with a drip or lava type glaze including the German pottery. Have tended to buy older NZ pottery in the past. Lately I've taken a liking to modern domestic NZ stuff and buy up items as I see them eg.the wet/dry spoons. As I'm on holiday at the moment I have been looking around more than usual.
For some unknown reason I've also taken a liking to fairly heavy plain brown pottery but I have a bit of trouble working out where it is from(will post some later to see if I can get some help).
Also interested in Belleek and early NZ furniture.....and so on. Cheers, Mike
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Tue 29 Apr - 17:47

Mike,

I think "Pottery related topics" would be the place if you want to show off your Belleek:

http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/f23-pottery-related-topics

My M-I-L is Irish so she has a bit of Belleek in her cabinets. I have no photos but if you are interested could sort something out next time I'm in Auckland. I was going to mention Belleek and other foreign stuff when you asked about lattice ware. Obviously you are aware of it.

"Introduce yourself" might be a suitable place if you want to show your furniture:

http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/f60-introduce-yourself-what-are-your-collecting-interests

I have an interest in furniture too, but this is probably not the place to discuss it.

Have a look through the forum galleries and see what you have that hasn't yet appeared there and get posting.
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