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Post by slopingsteve June 27th 2022, 11:53 am

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This is a thickly potted, heavily grogged stoneware goblet. Normally I would expect to see the foot hollowed out for balance but, because it is thrown quite thickly, the balance is fine. I'm sure I've seen this glaze before but I can't recall when. Any ideas anyone?
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Post by NaomiM June 27th 2022, 12:00 pm

Please use the 640 px width setting when uploading photos

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Post by slopingsteve June 27th 2022, 12:13 pm

Ok
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Post by slopingsteve January 16th 2023, 12:26 pm

Incoming info...

A new word for the forum:- mazagran.

Goblet shaped coffee receptacles. Mainly from France.
A bit like Japanese teabowls from a cultural position I suppose.
I have never come across this word before but I may well be the only one.
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