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Location : Devon
Registration date : 2017-12-27
Maybe Richard Batterham?
Just my personal opinion, take it or leave it.
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Location : Hampshire
Registration date : 2012-05-15
A cut sided bowl needs a very good maker. Its a difficult thing to do well. I have not seen too many of them glazed with a thick tenmoku glaze. I t does seem to lessen the effect slightly. Geoffrey Whiting comes to mind. He often used this type of tenmoku glaze, and some of his pots do tend to glaze occluded. Although another potter whose work is often glaze occluded-and who certainly has the skill- is Mike Dodd.
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Registration date : 2010-11-06
It's well made and well glazed but the lack of a mark is suggesting to me that it might be "factory" made in Japan.
Now you should know by now that Potty and I need to see your bottom - we're funny that way!
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