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Hinau Pottery, Waimauku. Possibly Peter Masters

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Post  Kat & Co. Sat 23 May - 14:44

Ramekin with clear Hinau stamp cat  does anyone know more about this pottery?
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Post  Cat-a-lat Sat 23 May - 16:45

No, but I have a little slip cast piggy with the Hinau stamp on it (at least I remember it as being slip cast, will have to check next time I'm downstairs!)
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Post  Ev Sat 9 Apr - 14:39

Two lovely dishes listed on Trade Me that have Hinau Waimauku on them also what I think is Owhaiwhai.

https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/marketplace/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/other-nz-manufacturers/listing/3545670498?tm=email&et=202&mt=B51A7F86-D9E5-4B82-91DA-C48DA33510A0&bof=anhZq4ub

There is a Hinau Road in Waimauku, so this must be where this pottery was made.

One step closer to finding out who made this work ....
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Post  TonyK Sat 9 Apr - 19:26

Just found a Potters Market ad in New Zealand Potter, Vol 28, No 2 1988 p42 for a kiln which can be seen at Peter Master's pottery, Hinau Road, Waimauku. The contact people for the kiln and other equipment are Doug or Beryl Good in Coastesville.

Maybe one of these people might be a clue?
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Post  Ev Sun 10 Apr - 6:53

Thanks so much Tony !!

Peter Masters seems to be an accomplished potter going by his history and Doug Good was an excellent businessman who died in 2020.

https://www.flickr.com/groups/1281707@N21/discuss/72157640652129385/
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