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Post  Cat-a-lat Mon 23 Jan - 15:53

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Post  Ev Mon 23 Jan - 16:19

VERY NICE !!
Beautifully made and glazed.
Stoneware - high fired .... my favourite I love you
No idea as to the maker sorry Cat, but it wouldn't look out of place in my collection Wink

Edits to add that the glaze reminds me of the glaze on a Tippett jug that I have, but potter's shared glaze recipes with friends, so that doesn't mean a lot.  The rounded cork shows some age.
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Post  Cat-a-lat Mon 23 Jan - 17:49

Thanks Ev, Should I rescue the cork, it was fairly grotty and a bit whiffy and crumbly so I did bin it!
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Post  Ev Mon 23 Jan - 20:15

No need to keep the cork if you have pics, but it shows a time frame when corks were 'manicured' whatever they would have called it.  1970's maybe even earlier.  Pat Perrin was well known for personalising her corks in the 1960's.
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Post  Maryr Mon 23 Jan - 20:50

I am a bit slack about keeping corks. I chuck them in the dishwasher then forget which pot they belong to. But I feel that they are an integral part of the item and we should keep them if possible.
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