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Post  makut Mon 18 Jan - 16:29

I found this today. It is marked New Zealand and there is a blurry inky stamp I can't make out. Any ideas please?

Sorry the main picture its not sitting quite straight so it looks terrible.


Stamped New Zealand <a href=Stamped New Zealand 2016-010

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Post  Ev Mon 18 Jan - 16:48

So nice to see you on the site makut cheers

The glaze reminds me of Mapua Ware ..... are you familiar with it?

The shape reminds me of Titian/Crown Lynn but I don't think it matches.
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Post  makut Mon 18 Jan - 17:08

Oh yes my Mother has a piece of Mapua Ware, maybe that's what I was thinking when I grabbed it as I knew it looked familiar. It's going to look nice on a shelf, I love the shape. Thank you!

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