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Post  Ev on Thu 10 Jun - 10:11

John gifted me this most unusual mug that he found made by Heather of Rotorua.
It is covered with a page out of a local newspaper reporting the Mt Ruapehu eruption in June 1996.
Heather has made the glaze using the ash fall collected in Rotorua NZ on Monday June 17 1996.
It's a great piece of history and a very creative way to use the ash fall.

This was made by Heather Baddeley. Myster13

and her backstamp ..
This was made by Heather Baddeley. Myster14


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Post  Ev on Tue 12 May - 11:31

This has been identified as the work of Heather Baddeley, by Kay Phillips and Woven Earth Arts
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