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Post  Kat & Co. Fri 10 Apr - 12:58

Mugs by Margaret Mouat-Carver these ended up in the north... from the cheap bin at hospice Cool
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Post  Ev Fri 10 Apr - 17:57

Bravo!! Well Done!! :clap:
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Thu 11 Mar - 12:20

I don’t know if Margaret Mouat ever lived in the North but she did at least have a dealer up here. I was at Hangar Gallery today and Megan told me that a couple pieces she has for sale are Margaret’s work and came from the same dealer who had provided Hangar with a bunch of small Toby Stafford bowls I bought there for regular use.

Perhaps before my time in Whangarei but Kat might have a clue. The name sounded like Zeta, inasmuch as I think heard “Zira”.

In my tidy up I have found two Mouat mugs so far and expect I May find more.
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