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Post  Kat & Co. Sun 3 Apr - 8:39

Its a bit different to Gwen Ace, who's mark is this A cat
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 27 Feb - 15:00

Minor difference at corners but I think it's the same mark.
Clay body and handle look similar.
Another one from Whangarei so maybe a local potter.
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A mark on Jug Empty Bryan Newman from Aller Pottery UK

Post  Ev Mon 24 Feb - 17:34

A message from James from the UK says this mark is that of Aller Pottery, UK and I see that Risa007 has added the same info on the Mystery Mark, adding that Bryan Newman, Aller Pottery, South London, England, was the maker.

Morisa we don't see the comments on Gallery photos, but there is usually a link on the mysteries that take you to the original post where you can put important info xxx

Here are the photos that James sent to confirm his findings and this is the first time that any UK pots have shown up on the site other than the Leach family.

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