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Post  Ev on Thu 10 Jun 2010 - 18:08

Carrick Oliver made copious amounts of domestic ware.
The glazing style where he uses two different glazes with wax resist makes his work very easy to identify.
I have a strong feeling that his base glaze has Titanium as an ingredient .....
His mark is often confused with Len Castles mark.

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and Carrick's mark - which is very difficult to photograph ..
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