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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 2 Jun - 22:45

Clay Craft Terracotta Mug in the Beach Artware shape, and size.

I've seen so many items produced from Clay Craft moulds by third parties that I really have to wonder about this. But I couldn't resist it.

I will ask Linda when I see her.
Clay Craft Terracotta ?? Cctc10
(soft nighttime photo, may replace later)

The left mug is clearly marked "Clay Craft New Zealand" (w/o "made in") and has a known CC glaze. The right one has an impressed "Beach" mark.
The terracotta mug is closer in size to the Beach mug than the CC one.
It is clear glazed (with crazing) on the inside, and to the bottom of the bands on the outside, but the lowest third only has a use patina.

With no glaze obscuring it, this has got to be the clearest ever Clay Craft mark.
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