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Post  Hannele on Thu 28 May - 14:21

At 7.5 cm high and 8.5 cm high, these are either large teacups or small soup mugs. I am not sure. They are gorgeous, though, glossy glaze, beautiful decoration, vibrant colours. And I found 3 of them:
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Post  Maryr on Thu 28 May - 14:37

Hannale I am wondering if this actually Waimea Pottery. I have looked at their marks in the database and this looks different - also the cups don't look like Waimea's style as far as I am aware. What do you think? I know very little about studio pottery so I could easily be wrong about this.
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Post  Hannele on Thu 28 May - 14:54

I know what you mean, Maryr. If it was just the one potter working there, it would be way clearer. But it was a collective, all potters doing their own thing.
The pieces differ, clay as well as form as well as glaze. Marks differ as well, some stamped, some inscribed. I believe this to be Waimea because of the quality and because the mark is a connected W and P.
Mind you, I am open to corrections.
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