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Post  haselnuss Thu 21 Apr - 18:33

Some are made by Hemara Hemara and some by Paul Hemara. Some are marked Paul Hemara as Paul's Pots, Maori by design. Some just Hemara. I have been told that the Waka prow has been made by Hemara Hemara.Lots of green Hemara pieces for gallery Waka_p10


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The middle dolphin is slightly taller and has different green.Lots of green Hemara pieces for gallery Dscn8211
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