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Post  Jeremy Ashford Tue 8 Sep - 16:13

mug(s) by "RK"

The first mug is clearly marked "RK" with two dots, maybe three, and "1/1".
Ross and Kay Palmer Rk110

The second mug in the same body and glazes is less well executed.
Ross and Kay Palmer Rk210

Larger is about 90mm H, smaller about 70.

Pretty sure they're by the same person.
Ross and Kay Palmer Rk310

Apart from the obvious, the handles have the same two-finger press at top.
The body appears to match, seen through a bit of dirt on the smaller.
The clay is white and fine, with a sparkle like vitrified/porcelain and some very fine dark speck.

Bought about a month apart at Whangarei hospice shop, presumably the work of a Northlander.
Jeremy Ashford
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