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Post  Chasemecatvhme Thu 5 Nov 2020 - 16:52

Found this casserole dish today, had a look in the gallery under lm but couldn’t find a match. However there was a Lucas micheal but the style is different
Any thoughts Master?
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Post  Ev Thu 5 Nov 2020 - 16:59

Hi there, Peter Stichbury said that there were around 20,000 NZ potters in the 1980's and we only have a fraction of those marks.
It's a great casserole regardless of who made it Very Happy
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