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Can you identify these ceramic works?

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Identification topics are listed below (groups of 6) in reverse date order - latest first. Total topics = 160

Islamic Ceramic pot  

turquoise glaze, 15 cm high by 12cm wide photo posted separately

18-Sep-19 - Sandy de Kock - Whanganui - Pot_ID - 223 Replies 0
Broken freckled bowl with the letters Z & W on the base  
04-Sep-19 - John Kennedy - Pot_ID - 222 Replies 0
Wine carafe, large  
18-Aug-19 - Paula Hollies - Auckland - Pot_ID - 221 Replies 0
Candle stick holder  

large heavy piece 34 cms tall no potters mark. brought new mid to late 1970's

27-Jul-19 - Annie Brown - christchurch - Pot_ID - 216 Replies 0

Tall thin vase 41 cms tall no potters mark

27-Jul-19 - Annie Brown - christchurch - Pot_ID - 217 Replies 0
boulder pot  

large and heavy boulder pot brought new mid to late 1970's no potters mark stands 23 cms tall and 80 cms circumference

27-Jul-19 - Annie Brown - christchurch - Pot_ID - 218 Replies 0
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There has been a recent increase in the number of pots submitted to for identification.

If you have a ceramic work that you cannot identify perhaps the combined knowledge of Ceramics NZ members could help.

Each submission in the pot identification forum can be accompanied by an image to illustrate the work. Submissions may be replied to and each reply may also include one image.

Valuing Ceramics

You could try contacting one of these persons:

Geoff Perkins
26 Bracken Ave
Auckland 1023
Cell: 021 963 672
Home: 09 623 2197

Rick Rudd,
Quartz Museum of Studio Ceramics
8 Bates Street
Whanganui 4500
Home: 06 348 5555
Cell: 021 036 3679
No email as far as I know.


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