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Post  Ev Tue 2 Jan - 14:14

I finally got a response from Moyra Elliot regarding her knowledge about Bond's Ceramic Art

"Hello and so sorry…only just found this. Yes, Charles Bond Smith was an early small scale manufacturer of slip cast ceramics back in 50s as I recall. Had an assistant of two and worked from a shed of some sort in town. There is a history to be discovered opf 40s/50s that we know next to nothing about…. But I dont know it sadly. Damian Skinner, my co-writer for CTD knows a bit more than I and has a better memory!"

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Post  teaandcoffee Tue 2 Jan - 19:26

This is great, thanks Ev. I think this information makes it more likely that this is the guy the Bond's label relates to.

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Post  Maryr Tue 24 Mar - 16:50

For the record - note that this link takes you through to the AK Museum collection which has a Crown Lynn vase number 11 with a Harwyn sticker. So Harwyn did decorate the larger CL vases as well as the little ones that they painted overglaze. Almost all the early painted-over-bisque Harwyn ware is almost certainly Rancich/Silva so this Crown Lynn is a bit of an odd one out.

https://www.aucklandmuseum.com/collections-research/collections/view-collection/a99612d9-4c27-48c4-90b3-22d8559f53ed
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Post  Ev Tue 24 Mar - 17:18

Val you will find quite a selection of Harwyn decorated Ambrico high fired vases as well as Glen Afton too in the Harwyn/Partridge Gallery.

https://www.newzealandpottery.net/gallery/Harwyn-Pottery-Partridge-Pottery/Harwyn-Pottery-Partridge-Pottery-cat_c99.htm
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Post  Maryr Sat 27 Jun - 16:45

Follow-up note: I am now the proud owner of the Bond's Ceramic Art pot. It is quite small at 11.5 cm tall. It has finger grooves inside so I am confident it is hand-potted. As noted by Ev, we have two number 8 pots - one decorated by Salisbury (see Oakpot's photo) and one decorated by Bond's. It's most likely that as Ev says, one was potted at Glen Afton and one at Rancich/Silva. Another of life's little mysteries!
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Post  ChristopherD Mon 6 Nov - 16:24

Ev wrote:I finally got a response from Moyra Elliot regarding her knowledge about Bond's Ceramic Art

"Hello and so sorry…only just found this. Yes, Charles Bond Smith was an early small scale manufacturer of slip cast ceramics back in 50s as I recall. Had an assistant of two and worked from a shed of some sort in town. There is a history to be discovered opf 40s/50s that we know next to nothing about…. But I dont know it sadly. Damian Skinner, my co-writer for CTD knows a bit more than I and has a better memory!"

The shed was either at the back of my great Aunt's place on Parnell Rd (he lived with his boyfriend Dennis Knight-Turner), next to Kinder house, or at 7 Parkfield Tce, Grafton where they later lived.

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Post  Maryr Mon 6 Nov - 17:30

Christopher D this is most interesting. Do you remember what the pottery looked like? Even vague memories are helpful.
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