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    Posted 11 years ago

    frankieboy
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    Colour and shape are what attract me to pieces. This is an odd one. The stoneware is 'bare' on the outside yet the potter has put glaze round the rim and internally. I like the texture of it and the colours are very delicate. It has the initials WH near the base. I suspect it is British It stands about 5 inches high and 3-4 inches across. I would welcome any attempts to identify it. Thanks

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    1. Charvey, 9 years ago
      I have a ball vase really similar to this one you posted 2 years ago with the same stamp - W H. It is bigger about 10" high but really nice. Your Comments were
      " The stoneware is 'bare' on the outside yet the potter has put glaze round the rim and internally. I like the texture of it and the colours are very delicate. It has the initials WH near the base." Did anyone manage to identify the maker?

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