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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 6 Aug - 8:50

Recently I met at the Quarry, potter Graeme Haskell of Whangarei. he was a regular at the Quarry Art Centre 1980-1990s
Graeme drew his distinctive potters mark on paper for me, he scratched it on the bottom of his later pots.  Cool I will add this to the gallery until I find a pot with this mark.

Graeme Haskell Img_6315
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