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Post  Ev on Wed 24 Aug - 11:31

The Auckland Museum have 12 Partridge pots in their collection and I have never come across these before and I've googled my heart out, but here they are !!!!!! 

http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/collections-research/collections/search/?entm=http%3a%2f%2frdf.aucklandmuseum.com%2fperson%2f2515

Please note:
The Partridge Shell vase which was supplied by Glen Afton has number 80 on it so this tells me that there must be two sizes ..... !

Photo 1 says slip cast and yet I see tell tale throwing rings and the handwritten 8 on the base just like the 101 that Val dropped off for interrogation.  Also it is the same shape as the Flambeau pot that Val posted some time ago ...

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The vases have been beautifully painted and there are Flambeau stickers and styles too.  Crikey this is exciting !!!

Vases 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and 9 have red painted bases.
The Shell vase (photo 4) has bare clay on the base with a Partridge sticker.
5 has a green base
8 has paint blobs on the base
10 has some blue paint
11 has some brown paint
12 has a bit of blue overbrushed paint on the edges of the base
I will add more findings....
Ev
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Post  Ev on Mon 11 Jun - 9:16

Kat, the Auckland Museum refer to Flambeau as Partridge Pottery

http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/collections-research/collections/record/am_humanhistory-object-17476?k=partridge%20pottery&ordinal=7

I don't think that the link will work however!

So Partridge/ Harwyn/ Flambeau are all related.

They appear to have painted the bases more often than not.

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