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Post  Jeremy Ashford Tue 10 May - 15:15

Could this be Christopher Clouston too?

That was my first thought but then on looking at his known work I saw that it wasn't his typical tree.

To my eye the body and glaze are a match Cat-a-lat's wine sip.
I see a similar handle among his work too.

If there is a mark it is buried deep in the thick glaze near the base. I think the scratched fish mark I have shown may be entirely accidental as there are other scratches on the base. Just guessing though.
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108mm H, finely potted stoneware
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Post  Ev Tue 10 May - 18:40

This is a different guy Jeremy and I will have to search him out. I think he hails from Nelson though and it's the moon that I recognise as his work. Let me sleep on it Smile
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Post  Ev Wed 11 May - 7:27

I think your mug was made by Barrie Paine and we don't have his mark either.
Here is his website, though his designs have become more simplistic over the years.

http://www.barriepaine.com/gallery.html
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Wed 11 May - 8:26

Thanks Ev.

It had occurred to me that the moon might be a distinguishing feature so I'm glad I posted it same day.

I have sent Barrie an email enquiry.

If this is his original "Moon over Westland" design then that would likely confirm the tree as a beech, which it certainly looks like.

Correction: "Mists of Westland"

Another day: http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/other-nz-manufacturers/auction-1085789117.htm ???


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Post  Ev Thu 12 May - 8:34

I have given this topic a new title and split it from the Clouston thread, as it doesn't seem to be his and this is how discussions get lost.
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Post  mumof1 Sun 15 May - 16:03

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Here is a photo of a current vase by Barrie Paine, spied at the Red Cross for $8
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Post  Ev Sun 15 May - 16:05

Did you notice if this pot had a mark mumof1?
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Post  mumof1 Sun 15 May - 16:26

No mark at all on it anywhere, which is usual for the current items, made of white clay.
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Post  gloworm Tue 17 May - 13:02

Found his mark on a lovely plate here with moon. reads B.F.P.
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Post  Ev Tue 17 May - 14:47

Any chance of a photo of his mark gloworm? Gosh I feel like a hustler asking....
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Post  gloworm Tue 17 May - 15:02

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no problem, you not a hussler
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Post  Ev Tue 17 May - 18:04

It is lovely Smile Thank you Cool
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Post  mumof1 Thu 3 Nov - 20:17

I was chatting to Barrie the other day about how a kiln works, and also about his pottery. Gloworm, you might be interested to know that Barrie says he would have made your piece about 30 years ago. I also asked about his current mark, and he kindly sent it to me, so we now have it for the gallery.
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Edits to add, Barrie has confirmed that the mug is not his work Jeremy.


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Post  gloworm Fri 4 Nov - 10:17

Thank you that is interesting
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Post  Maryr Fri 4 Nov - 16:52

Hi adminstrators, here is another strand of Payne's work.
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https://www.newzealandpottery.net/t7722-who-makes-this-moon-view-ware
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