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To me they are primitive. They are old,dirty and chipped up from use. The blue one in still  giving me some confusion to where it is from. I found a store in Germany who sell the same pattern pottery of course it is repro and I found some from alsace france. Mine is old,no repro.

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nice pottery Brian
My latest finds.

Artlab - you can post your image rather than add an attachment if you click on the little image icon in the tool bar above your posts.  

I have a hand-thrown teapot, redware...I think.  Not very big, 5.5 inches tall. Has long pointed open spout.  WEIRD THING it has a flat slate stone on the bottom and black soot covers some of it. The stone has some cracks (from use on a camp fire) in it but is still sound.

The pot was thrown above and around the stone.  It has five quasi-Native American suns around it for a design. No names, marks, etc.

Anybody ever heard of using rocks for tea pots?

I thought I posted this before...went looking for it. May 6, 2008...Nobody responded, nobody. Here's my old post:

Also just above my May 8, 2008 post I had another post showing some ironstone tumblers. I've since discovered these are crucibles for the taking of molten samples of smelted ore to determine purity.


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