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Can you identify these ceramic works?

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Pot identification topics are listed below (groups of 6) in reverse date order - latest first.. Total topics = 202
Can you help me please to identify the maker?  

Gorgeous vase, and I cannot identity the maker. Help appreciated please.

14-Dec-20 - Rachel Wilson - Makers Mark Identification - Pot_ID - 262 Replies 0
Tallish vase  

11-Dec-20 - Lison Harris - Wellington - Pot_ID - 261 Replies 1
Central North Island Vase  

9 inches high 6 inches across at its widest. Bought in 1985 in the Lake Taupo region.

26-Nov-20 - Antonia Rooke - Melbourne, Australia - Pot_ID - 260 Replies 2
Stoneware oven pot from Warkworth  

Stoneware pot, gallery and lid.

18-Nov-20 - Tom Cull - Whangarei - Pot_ID - 259 Replies 0
New Zealand Pottery Querry  

08-Nov-20 - Simone - Hurunui - Pot_ID - 257 Replies 1
JSL NZ Made  

Teapot, jug and sugar bowel

08-Nov-20 - Loma Cleave - Auckland - Pot_ID - 258 Replies 0

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Registered as an incorporated society in 1965 by an enthusiastic group of potters in Wellington, New Zealand, Ceramics NZ has grown to become a significant international voice in New Zealand ceramics. The affiliation of about three dozen independent pottery clubs throughout New Zealand together with a number of corporate businesses greatly increases its effective membership. We are a national, not-for-profit organisation representing the interests of practising potters and ceramicists, students of ceramics and all those interested in New Zealand ceramics. We actively support and promote quality, and we encourage and support specialist ceramics education nationally.
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