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Post  dollcrown Mon 1 Jan - 9:03

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A T. N. Lovatt ashtray just acquired by a friend. Is this Te Rona or Temuka? Any information would be appreciated. There is a photo of it in Gail Henry's book. Wish it was mine!!!

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Post  Ev Mon 1 Jan - 18:24

Gail Henry says that this was probably made for the Well Made New Zealand Exhibition. It is Temuka and not Te Rona according to Gail. T.N. Lovatt would have modelled and made it I gather. Lovely to see Smile
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