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Pot identification topics are listed below (groups of 6) in reverse date order - latest first.. Total topics = 167
Large jug  

Large jug with gun metal style glazing to upper parts

29-Sep-19 - Heather Kempton - Auckland - Pot_ID - 224 Replies 0
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

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