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Post  mumof1 Fri 15 Aug - 16:14

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I found this cup today, and thought at first it was a tulip, till I picked it up. It has a little base on it
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It is Made in NZ, not New Zealand. Any ideas? All I could think of was Sanderson, but they use the whole word too from memory.
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Post  JanPots Fri 15 Aug - 16:20

I have one of those ! Ev and I were unsure when we looked at the base stamp...
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Fri 15 Aug - 16:45

Try comparing it to the various Beach impressed marks, Anne. (+Traditional NZ etc)

Looks like a Kiln Craft glaze.

Sanderson used Clay Craft moulds too so that sounds reasonable assumption too.

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http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t2856-a-curious-jar-traditional-nz#8729
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