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33 comments:

  1. More artful pottery! I got a kick out of the stork with the brass band on its leg.

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  2. Great pottery Sue. Some of that has the appearance of the famed Moorcroft. Maybe not? I especially like the greeny blue ones with the trees. Thanks for your allowing me to join in today, and every week.

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    1. I believe the pottery you're refering to isby Davin Butterfield. You can find a website for him online...search for Davin Butterfield Pottery. DH got two pieces of his pottery for me to go with the coffee mug I've had for several years.

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  3. There are some very talented artist's that have created so many unique piece of pottery.
    Thank you for hosting, have a great week!

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  4. The shop is unlike any I have ever seen! How extraordinary!

    Happy Tuesday, Sue!

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  5. Wow, such a lot of wonderful things! My favorites are the blue pottery in #2 and still more #3, looks like art deco, so unique!
    Send you a warm spring sunshine

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  6. All these vessels ... Some cheerful in their color, others charming in elegance and discretion ... Superb! I especially liked the ones in the third photo.

    Have a fine week, Sue!

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  7. Beautiful pieces of pottery. They make beautiful gifts. Have a great week.

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  8. Just amazing works of art!
    Thank you for hosting!

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  9. Absolutely beautiful - best viewed from a distance for me, being a bit of a clumsy person!

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  10. I would quite happily take everything home.

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  11. The collections are beautiful. My favorite is the one with the trees (naturally)...jp

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  12. Gorgeous! I especially love the blue and bronze ones.

    Thank you for hosting, Sue. Happy Wednesday!

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  13. Sue,

    I love pottery and think it would be a neat craft to learn. I had a friend who used to do this and I benefited from her time spent at the potter's wheel. She kept her imperfections which I loved. The artist in her saw the flaws but I saw a beautiful homey work of art. Although, our paths have taken us down different roads I cherish the pieces she has gifted me and seeing them often puts a smile on my face. Thanks for hosting the mid-week fun!

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  14. Beautiful! We have a special piece a friend made with a elephant as a big jug's handle.
    www.chezmireillefashiontravelmom.com

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  15. I would love to go there and explore all the beautiful pieces. Lovely shots.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Thanks for hosting. ♥

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  16. So very beautiful. Lovely. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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  17. Love the pottery, but the stove is calling my name! Beautiful!

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  18. A really impressive collection. And I like that there are so many shapes of vases, for different destinations. And the colors are very elegant.
    Thank you for the presentation! And the linking!
    Happy WW!

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  19. I have a few pieces of pottery. LOng ago I purchased them from a friend. I do love that vintage stove. Thank you for sharing.

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  20. I cannot get over how beautiful this pottery is. I think I would get into a lot of trouble at Cedar Creek!

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