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Post by halliz May 20th 2023, 1:19 pm

Hi All,
Bought this interesting jug this morning.  Whilst the pattern has an Aldermaston feel about it it is not signed.  It is 13cm tall and has a chip on the glaze at the lip. I wondered if it could be an apprentice piece or just something altogether other - welcome thoughts please.  Many thanks
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Post by philpot May 20th 2023, 1:28 pm

I do not think its Aldermaston. The brushwork technique is just not their style. Although Potters who left Aldermaston often had different styles after Aldermaston. But having said that, the brushwork is very accomplished. That sort of thing is difficult to do. So I do not think it is a student. It is too nice for that.
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