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Post  Ev on Sun 24 May - 23:34

.... at an Antique Fair yesterday for only $15 !!  The fact that it has been handpainted makes it more endearing! This is only the 2nd one that I have come across on my pottery hunting travels, although I see them listed on Trade Me on a regular basis, but they are always too expensive for me to consider getting.

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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 25 May - 4:58

I've pondered this pattern Ev.

Most of it is underglaze transfer, as I've read from one of the articles you posted (on Blue Tango), but the yellow/gold is applied by hand: would that be with something like a sponge on a stick?

The hand-finished Image is streets ahead of the in-glaze transfer of the later cans, which I don't particularly like.
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