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Post  tabbyland Wed 20 Feb - 10:54

Some Temuka from my collection

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Small nautical bowl

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Post  tabbyland Wed 20 Feb - 10:56

Sugar bowl

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Post  tabbyland Wed 20 Feb - 10:57

Large planter Temuka bowl, lidded sugar and crockpot Dscn6513

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Post  Ev Wed 20 Feb - 11:30

Hi tabbyland thank you for the photos.
The planter pot looks like it has a gallery for a lid.
Perhaps it once was a lidded crock?
Are there any markings on the base or anywhere else?
Many thanks Ev Smile
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Post  tabbyland Wed 20 Feb - 13:38

Hi Ev, I have two of these and found both without a lid.  They have a hole near the bottom which I assumed meant they were planters but on closer examination, the hole doesn't go right through. Only one has a mark on the bottom as shown:Temuka bowl, lidded sugar and crockpot Dscn6514
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Post  tabbyland Wed 20 Feb - 13:44

The glaze is slightly different on the other one Temuka bowl, lidded sugar and crockpot Dscn6516

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Post  Ev Wed 20 Feb - 13:48

Thank you.
I'm frantically googling to no avail, but the Stoneware stamp tells me that it is high fired and strong, which is another crock attribute.
However I will load it into the Gallery as a Jar.
If I find any further info I will let you know Very Happy
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Post  Thelma Wed 20 Feb - 20:07

Hi, I have one of these in the garden and I have always attributed it to the crockpot genre. Another one I have is almost identical but shallower and has an all over glaze. I presume they would have had glass lids?
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