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Post  Chasemecatvhme Thu 15 Oct - 19:14

Does anybody know anything about De’ arm pottery De’ Arn pottery 4920d210De’ Arn pottery 4920d210De’ Arn pottery 4920d210

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Post  Ev Fri 16 Oct - 7:39

Hi there, no we don't know anything about this pottery yet, though a few pieces that they made have turned up on the site.

I went to the reference library last week to check out old Yellow Pages hoping to find this pottery, but haven't found anything so far.  I only got to 1997, so will check out more years another time.

There does appear to be some connection to Hemara Hemara who did modelling for over 100 NZ Potteries, but he is finding it hard to remember things now unfortunately.
What is the shape of the piece that you have  Chasemecatvhme?

There is a Heron with this sticker in this thread:
https://www.newzealandpottery.net/t2123-2147-gold-beaked-swan
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Post  Chasemecatvhme Fri 16 Oct - 13:41

Thanks for responding so quick.
I decided to purchase the swans, when I arrived at the secondhand store to my surprise they had reduced the price to $8 for the pair. They are both swans which are a similar glaze to the three you pointed out. They are a person glaze on top of the wings and a slight pearl glaze on the top of the head. On the wings the glaze repelled during the firing process and has just accumulated as a bubblesDe’ Arn pottery 90b98210
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Post  Ev Fri 16 Oct - 14:45

They are fantastic !!

There is a Medium swan at the Crown Lynn Museum with that resist bubble glaze and it is so beautiful.

I'm glad that you got them and hope we find out more about this pottery for you Very Happy

Is that gold on the beaks affraid
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Post  Chasemecatvhme Fri 16 Oct - 17:02

Hi ya and thanks for the interest. I saw the pic of the swan in the crown lynn gallery the glaze looks very similar so much so as it may be by the same artist.
I am not familiar with what type of glaze they use to get the gold colour, but it is certainly very shiny. Would you have any idea of the market value for these are?
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Post  Ev Fri 16 Oct - 18:01

It's definitely gold lustre on the beak, which has real gold in it.
Yes I agree the one in the Gallery has been done by the same pottery.
I will remove it from the Crown Lynn Gallery, as I doubt that Crown Lynn had anything to do with it, other than make the swan that they copied.
Sorry I'm not a trader so can't help with value.
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Post  Chasemecatvhme Fri 16 Oct - 18:19

Awesome, thanks very much for that. Could you point me in the direction we’re I could get these valued
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Post  Ev Fri 16 Oct - 18:22

Not really, other than a top quality auction house, but an Antique Dealer said that there are no valuers out there. I don't think these would be worth an awful lot, as they are not Hand Potted Crown Lynn, or hard to find Temuka Donald Duck.
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