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Post  M.V.retro Mon 18 Sep - 15:51

Here are two marks of pottery recently acquired,can anybody shed light?Two marks to identify please Img_0811
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Post  teaandcoffee Mon 18 Sep - 17:56

The top mark looks like John Sepie's mark (Se-pie='CP'). He is a very good potter on the West Coast I think.

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Post  M.V.retro Tue 19 Sep - 4:21

teaandcoffee wrote:The top mark looks like John Sepie's mark (Se-pie='CP'). He is a very good potter on the West Coast I think.
Thanks so much.

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