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    Posted 9 months ago

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    A blue little bud vase in a round wheel thrown stoneware body. Trying to identify maker's mark. Looks like Byron Temple? Please see pictures, any help is appreciated. Thank you

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    1. kwqd kwqd, 9 months ago
      Nice. Reminds me of a robin's egg. No idea about the maker.
    2. lrizek lrizek, 8 months ago
      Mystery solved! Appears to be Fred Evangel maker's mark.
    3. keramikos, 8 months ago
      Hi, lrizek. :-)

      You solved your own mystery, and even marked it as solved. That's actually pretty cool. :-)

      There is one more thing you could do, and it's really for the benefit of others.

      You could edit your post and rename it to reflect the maker. The number (291259) in the URL remains the same, so it really doesn't screw up anything, and it could help somebody else who's looking for Fred Evangel's work.
    4. keramikos, 8 months ago
      lrizek, I see that you updated the title of this post. Thank you. :-)

      BTW, I previously neglected to say how beautiful this piece of pottery is.

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