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Post  oakpot Wed 21 Sep - 18:30

A member of the Albany Village Pottery Group.
    21"high x 16" wide
   535mm  x 407mm

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Post  Ev Thu 22 Sep - 8:04

Wow that's a wonderful piece of his work oakpot and shows strength and superb form.  Thanks for sharing.
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Post  Maryr Fri 23 Sep - 17:51

I was admiring that too. I love big lidded jars especially as i begin to understand just how much skill and knowledge and artistry is required to make them!
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