I spotted four of these mugs at Sallies today. None in perfect condition: one repaired handle, one chipped handle, etc.
None was marked for maker either. Searching the shelves I saw a matching milk jug and two similar looking coffee pots. The pot in the same stoneware clay had a mark like the Suzanne Bloch-Jorgensen mark but rather than being an impressed stamp it is black glaze.
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Watch out for my marks.
1990-97 PNG Potters, Port Moresby.
I was a schoolboy playing rugby at TGS with Chester Nealie when I started. I dropped in, for the first time ever, to APS Onehunga a month ago and realised that Chester and I are probably the youngest of APS Foundation Member survivors.
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It is really fantastic to see what your marks really look like !!
All we have had to go on regarding your mark is what is in the Marks of New Zealand Potters Book, but it doesn't match what you have just added here.
Hence the confusion I would say.
I have added your marks to the NZ Potter's Marks Gallery and have credited the photos to you. It will help dispel the confusion for the future.
Many thanks for sorting this out.
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