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Post  Guest Tue 27 Aug - 16:49

Hi dose anyone know who may of made this vase is it a Salisbury Ware / Royal Oak vase

Thanks Bengee93

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Post  Ev Wed 28 Aug - 7:34

Is the vase glazed?

Is it slipcast or made by hand?

Can you tell me why you think it was made by Salisbury/Royal Oak?

I don't think I've seen this shape before.
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Post  Ev Thu 29 Aug - 7:27

I'm sorry that you took offense to the questions I asked Bengee93, as offending you was the last thing I wanted to do.

I'm really interested in this vase and want to point out why I asked the questions I did.

If it's painted and not glazed it will probably be a Salisbury/Royal Oak piece that I haven't seen before.  If it's glazed it could be made by a studio potter.

If it's slipcast it will help determine the maker, if it's made by hand it will also help to work out who made it.  Salisbury did acquire blanks from the Rancich/Silva pottery and painted their work and sold it as their own.

Is there a sticker or mark or some other reason why you think Salisbury/Royal Oak made it?  This is really important to help work out the maker.

As I am not familiar with this shape it intrigues me and piques my interest.

I am gutted that you have removed yourself from the site and can't answer any of my questions!
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