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Post by NaomiM Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:15 pm

Standard ware cork-lidded pot by Byron Temple, a US potter who trained and worked at Leach St Ives and Muchelney Potteries and back in the US

Bill van Gilder wrote:Definitely BT, made in the late '60's / early '70's in his Lambertville, NJ, USA shop. They were called 'honey pots' by Byron. This one w/ white '6C' glaze & Temple Orange w/ large over lap. He made literally thousands of them during his 20yrs on Swan St., Lambertville.

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Post by philpot Tue Oct 05, 2021 7:36 pm

A similar Black mood piece to those that John Leach produced. Made at Mulcheney pottery in the early 1970's with both Mulcheney and Byron Temple's mark on.Byron Temple Img_0584[url=https:Byron Temple Img_0586

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