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Post  Maryr on Mon 9 Jun - 9:26

All marked with Putaruru Hand Ceramics unless otherwise noted.

Putaruru floral vase 13 cm high  (this glaze is very distinctive to Putaruru)
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Putaruru maroon vase H 9 cm
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Pastel blue bowl H 10 cm
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Pastel green vase H 10.5
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Grecian style vase H 21 cm
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Putaruru narrow mustard vase and small mustard vase H 17 cm, H 8 cm
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Putaruru Hand Ceramics mark. (this is often buried under thick glaze and difficult to see)
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Post  JanPots on Mon 9 Jun - 11:35

Very nice collection.. I have put them in the Gallery..
Ev.. can you check that i have titled them correctly  :O)
Afterthought... the back stamp - I didn't upload that
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Post  Ev on Mon 9 Jun - 11:44

Thank you Janice, all is just fine.  
We have the backstamp in the Potters Marks Gallery.
There are some lovely glazes in that lot Val.  
I especially like the soft green and blue.


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Post  mike67 on Mon 9 Jun - 12:36

I have wondered for years what this was...thought it may have been from our close neighbours given that that decoration looks a bit like gum nuts. This is the same size but not marked. Has a very attractive lighter blue run of glaze on the rear.
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Post  Maryr on Mon 9 Jun - 14:22

Nice. And I think I have a mug in that glaze somewhere...
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Post  mumof1 on Mon 9 Jun - 20:20

Val - Thank you so much!!!! You have just identified my vase from so long ago http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t2950-my-beautiful-olive-aqua-glazed-vase
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Post  mike67 on Mon 9 Jun - 21:43

I had one of the "Grecian" vases as well in green. Lopsided tho ... bends badly.
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I've thought these were NZ for a while but hadn't been able to ID them. If the narrower vases that are in the gallery already are Putaruru the wider ones and smaller one probably are as well??
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Small vase is 68 mm high and the two larger are 132 mm high and 83 mm wide.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 10 Jun - 9:57

...your line up reminded me I have a shelf out in shed of little mini vases.. Smile
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7.5cmh I think the left one may have same glaze as Mikes Vases..it has random scratches to the base.
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8.5 cmh Candlestick, bad light today for pics with heavy rain windy too!
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Post  mike67 on Tue 10 Jun - 10:16

I have that blue and yellow one as well. Here it is next to one of the vases I posted earlier and next to some others one of which has a Made in Taiwan sticker.
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Post  Maryr on Tue 10 Jun - 10:45

I am for sure not an expert on Putaruru - as with all these potteries the 'experts' are printed catalogues and/or the people who made the stuff.  But on Mike's post I recognise the vase second from left, I am not sure about the two larger ones. Mike, do they have any kind of a mark on the base? The Putaruru mark can be buried under thick glaze.  (Woops I don't know how to copy these pics, only the links.)
https://i.servimg.com/u/f39/18/79/09/02/img_1432.jpg
On Kat's post I recognise the candle holder, and also most likely the little vase next to it.  The others I am not sure, I agree with Mike that they look a bit like the cute little ones that proved to be made in Taiwan.
https://i.servimg.com/u/f39/18/18/17/87/putaru11.jpg
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 10 Jun - 11:32

This looks like lots of new shapes for the Gallery!!  Wink 
http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/other-nz-manufacturers/auction-737901619.htm
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Post  mike67 on Tue 10 Jun - 11:43

https://i.servimg.com/u/f39/18/79/09/02/img_1432.jpg
In this post I made earlier the 2nd from the left is in the TM bulk lot and in the gallery already.
When you examine the other 3 in hand you would think they are from the same source. No marks tho and not showing in that bulk lot. Will have to wait and see if a marked on shows up. Lovely glaze tho. Cheers, Mike
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Post  Ev on Tue 10 Jun - 18:42

I will try to sort these babies out tomorrow.
Let me know if I miss any .....
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Post  mike67 on Tue 10 Jun - 22:54

Wondering if Jeremy could say whether the glazes on the two bigger vases in my post look like the colour on Clay Craft ramekins in the gallery.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 17 Jun - 10:05

13cmh Thats an Orzel looking knob on this salt jar.....
Ev I am not totally sure the 2 small vases on left in my first post are Putaruru..maybe they shouldnt be in gallery yet?  cat 
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 17 Jun - 12:35

Mike, I missed your question. If you are referring to the ones in the topic linked below I"d say no.
http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t5056-clay-craft-etc-soup-mugs-bowls-canister-vase#18761

Kat, the cork hole on the salt pig does look like an Orzel top but my observation of this shape on the Putaruru stuff is that there is a slight outward flair towards the top giving a concavity to the whole thing. I noticed this concavity on the rims of their sugar bowls, canisters etc. back when we were trying to work out what the Parker pottery mugs were. It seems pretty consistent in their work.
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Post  mike67 on Tue 17 Jun - 16:53

Thanks Jeremy it was those ramekins I was asking about. Larger photos from that link showed what I needed. I think the larger of the small vases of mine are Putaruru and was just checking that glaze that looked a little similar to the ramekins.
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Post  Ev on Tue 17 Jun - 19:06

Kat & Co. wrote:
Ev I am not totally sure the 2 small vases on left in my first post are Putaruru..maybe they shouldnt be in gallery yet?  cat 

I need more specific details Kat as I'm a bit lost in here .....
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Post  Kat & Co. on Wed 18 Jun - 9:14

In the picture of my 4 mini vases above, on right the candle stick & closest to it are Putaruru, I am unsure about the fluted & long neck vases on left pic.. cat 
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Post  Maryr on Wed 18 Jun - 11:02

Sorry all, that was my mistake. When I put my oar in, I referred to Kat's photo as Mike's and vice versa. I agree with Kat as above, and also in this photo of Mikes (link below), I am not sure about the two larger vases on the right, or the small one furthest left. Mike can you give us a yes or a no??

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Post  mike67 on Wed 18 Jun - 19:01

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Yes I agree that it is probably best to wait for more definitive proof. Above second from the left is Putaruru (not marked) and the rest in this photo probably are when you see them together.
Below I was trying to say that the three from the left are probably not Putaruru as the far left one is Taiwanese and the next two look like they could be as well.
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Post  Ev on Thu 19 Jun - 9:30

Thanks Mike, I have removed all of the photos from the gallery except the second from the left in the top photo. There is a lesson to be learnt here, but I'm not sure what it is .... as I'm still confused.
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Post  Maryr on Thu 19 Jun - 10:06

Hah you have every reason to be confused Ev... I put a big fat cat among the pigeons by referring to photos the wrong way round. xx
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 29 Jul - 11:27

A handless cup Cool 
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Post  Ev on Tue 29 Jul - 12:08

I would call it a beaker Wink
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