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Post  Kat & Co. Tue 7 Oct - 13:04

I thought this was a CL Army Bowl,  its Old thats for sure, cant find much online about this potter just an old TM listing says June Clark is a sought after early NZ Potter..sweet! Cool
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Post  teaandcoffee Tue 7 Oct - 22:18

I would love to find out more about her too. She was potting in Morrinsville at the same time Elizabeth Lissaman was (1950s-1960s) and often used the same red earthenware body. The glazes are beauts too - I suspect they may have a bit of lead in them. I have been meaning to drop into the Morrinsville museum and ask about her. I don't go that way often though.

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