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Post  Ev Mon 11 Apr - 9:24

I was caught out by this mark yesterday, thinking it belonged to Mirek Smisek and you can see why as it is so similar.
How wonderful to see Manos listing a piece with this Margaret Sumich mark and I can add it to the site. Thank you Manos :manos:

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Post  Jeremy Ashford Sun 14 Aug - 11:47

Margarert Sumich mug with MS mark.
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Bought new from Rick Urban.

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27/8/16
I'm slipping this in as an edit.
I hope Margaret Sumich doesn't mind my posting it as an example of her work.

As I have just paid retail for one of Margaret's mugs (above), and as inexpensive as her work at Clay Works was, I chose instead one from the cheap basket, and I do mean opshop cheap. Some were kiln-damaged but this one ... well I guess this was just not the intended look!
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