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Post  Ev Sat 25 Apr - 9:06

Many thanks to David Salisbury for letting us use his photos cheers

I believe that the Flambeau "poured paint" ware was decorated by Partridge Potteries in the 1940's, with the blanks sourced from the Rancich/Silva pottery.
The Auckland Museum have credited Partridge for this ware and I concur.

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