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Post  Maryr Tue 10 Oct - 17:14

At first I thought this was a weka but it is more likely to be a generic transfer of a swamp bird. The vegetation on the rim doesn't look NZ. Genuine Ironstone on the back.
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Post  Kat & Co. Tue 10 Oct - 18:03

Oh thats different Maryr.. they might be partridge?
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Post  Ev Tue 10 Oct - 18:31

Thanks for the giggle Laughing
This is Provencale d320 and the birdie is a Partridge.
hon- john shared this with us a while ago now Smile
Well done Kat cheers
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