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Post  Jeremy Ashford Thu 24 Mar - 17:01

I love this groovy mug but who made it?
It could be a C and an H ...
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100mm H x 83 ID top

Even with a hairline it still has a nice stoneware ring to it.
The banding is actually a continuous helical groove.

one of two at Habitat, both damaged

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13/4/16
The latest from Kat (later than the following reply) is that this could be Graeme (Graham?) Haskell. He is on holiday from the "Men's Shed" (Whangarei Railway Station) at the moment so I should try to remember to call back Monday fortnight. I think the mark could look like "GH".


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Post  Kat & Co. Thu 24 Mar - 18:19

It maybe John Mitchell who was part of the Quarry craft co-op in the 1990s altho I don't remember him using this colour. cat
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