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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 3 Jun - 15:00

This is the same shape as the "random mugs", which were the first Norm Parker pieces on the forum: http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t4287-a-totally-random-mug-or-five-parker-pottery
a colourful glaze from Parker Pottery Parker10
The actual colours are more intense than in the photo.

The blue-green-yellow glaze is quite different from the usual browns.
I spotted a piece in the same glaze at Red Cross some weeks ago and I could tell it was a Parker but had no use for it. This random mug joins my others as a collection of same-shape-different-glaze mugs.
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