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Post  Maryr on Sat 30 Mar - 15:56

I was trawling thru old pics and came across these, from Hemara Hemara's photo album. The family bought Parker Pottery in the very late 1980s or in 1990, and for a while they made the same shapes as Norm Parker. They tried putting decorative transfers on them, but none of this dinnerware sold especially well.  They made ornaments as well, some of them quite large. Hemara and Frances told me that they ended up walking out and Kermiko bought some of the moulds. I can see I need to write up this interview properly before I get too old and totally lose my wits!

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