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Michael Trumic Empty Michael Trumic

Post  gloworm Tue 8 May - 10:22

This is a potter we should have in our Studio Potters' Gallery

Michael Trumic 2018_012
Michael Trumic 2018_013

I can confirm this jug and mark belongs to Michael (Mirko) Trumic

There was a recent trademe listing with a different mark also sold as this potter

https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=1606555753&archive=1

here is another jug where I think the mark and style also suggests MT
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Michael Trumic 2018_015

someone may be able to confirm the last 2 marks, or I may make and enquiry in the near future
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Post  Ev Tue 8 May - 18:42

These are Michael Trumic's marks from Tim Caultons's collection

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=879481545476348&set=oa.305445929605445&type=3&theater

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=879481565476346&set=oa.305445929605445&type=3&theater

I find his mark very difficult to identify.
Actually the mark on the jug looks like the Cabbage Tree Pottery from up North, if you turn it 180' and I haven't been able to find out anything about them.

Would love to find a Trumic mark that matches Tim Caulton's collection.
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