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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 7 Aug - 13:17

At first I thought I was looking at some Stewart mugs then it dawned on me these are Crown Lynn castware 1043 mugs in the original Basalt glaze.

They are usually seen in the triple-striped glaze like the one in the gallery but I do have another in two-tone.
castware 1043 mug in original Basalt glaze 104310
There is very little black on these mugs because they are so smooth.

More Basalt mugs here: http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t5224-14-different-basalt-mugs-from-cl-luke-adams#19513
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