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Post  Ev Sun 10 Jan - 8:31

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Post  Ev Thu 29 Sep - 12:55

A stunning bowl made by Paul Winspear

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and an unusual mark ... but definately his

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Post  Cat-a-lat Fri 25 Apr - 18:48

Another stunning vase: Paul Winspear Dsc04026

and the mark: Paul Winspear Dsc04027
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Post  mike67 Sat 14 Jun - 15:09

My daughter lived in Takaha for a few years and when there we would visit Paul's studio. I bought a lot of his usable bowls and plates and have given many away as presents over the years. Still have these tho.
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And picked up this cut little pot that is now my sugar bowl just the other day. It has a beautifully fitting lid that just about suctions itself in.
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Post  Maryr Sat 14 Jun - 15:26

Mike thank you... I have had one of those sugar bowl pots for years in the caravan and never gave a thought to who made it. Now I know!
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Fri 20 May - 15:39

Paul Winspear Winspe10
10cm H x 8.9 OD at top, marked

I passed on an interesting pair as they were way too big for my scale of mug but this is pretty big too ...

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... however one of this pair I got from Moksha is a little smaller:
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9 and 10 cm H, marked as below

I have added a full size photo of the base as the signature is very confusing. The dark-based mugs are clearly Paul Winspear's work but the signature looks like PP... . Ev's alternative Winspear mark in the gallery is similar but would appear to be initials rather than signature.
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Here's the lesser of the two with a bit more light.

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And here's another Winspear from Moksha. This one has the more legible mark.
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Shaped like a cup but big as a mug.
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Post  Hannele Tue 4 Sep - 17:23

I had this bowl for a while, but never found out whose mark it is before today. The grandchildren love using it:
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Post  Eshian Tue 19 Oct - 15:05

Does anyone know if Paul Winspear has his own website? I am trying to locate him to see if he has any pottery for sale. Any information on how I can contact him directly would be most appreciated. Thank you.

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Post  Ev Tue 19 Oct - 16:21

Hi there, he is listed as on this Arts Trail at Golden Bay ...

http://www.accommodationcollingwood.co.nz/golden-bay-activities/golden-bay-arts-trail/
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Post  Eshian Mon 22 Nov - 14:07

Hi there,
My aunt received these plates (images below) as gifts during the 1980s. She is looking to get them valued but I understand that Paul has retired, so I can't seem to find anywhere that might still sell some of his work.

Could someone help give me an indication of what these plates would cost back then? Or what they would cost these days? Or point me in the direction where I might be able to find out this information?

Any help would be most appreciated.

Thank you!
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Post  Ev Mon 22 Nov - 14:39

Hi there, that is a very hard question to answer.
Paul has retired, I may have seen that he is on Facebook.
There would not be a lot of value for these lovely plates now, but they would be worth something.
Studio pottery is making a comeback at the moment and older pottery is becoming popular.
The only way I can think of to find the value would be to list them on Trade Me for a minimal amount and let the market decide.
Cheers and good luck Very Happy
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