Mystery Pot Unmarked But Good Quality

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Post by RoyJ99 April 1st 2016, 11:24 pm

Hoping that someone here may have an idea of the origins of this lovely pot. Unfortunately it is completely unmarked but it is in my opinion very good quality. Actually proving difficult to get a good photo of it, the glaze seems to be catching my daylights no matter how I position them but I'll have another go tomorrow.

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Post by Pottery Lover April 3rd 2016, 5:10 pm

Actually, I think I see a signature toward the bottom area directly on the pot??? Unless it's just the way it was glazed...
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Post by RoyJ99 April 4th 2016, 7:36 pm

I see where you mean but I think it may just be little rough clumps in the glaze and the way the light is catching it. I'll certainly have a closer look though and maybe try a bit of blue tack to see if it makes any sense.
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