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From Mark Morris : A press moulded slipware dishn with an unusual mark, does anyone recognise it?

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Martin - Looks like a Dieter Kunzemann.
Natalie - Hi Mark, I have a lidded casserole and it has exactly the same mark on it and uses the same combed pattern and glaze. Been trying to find out who too. Dieter's mark looks different to this though...I was wondering if perhaps Dorothy Kemp? Let me know if you find anything out!
Dave - Definately Kunzemann
Miles - Agree with you Dave, D Kunzemann
james brooke - i think not dieter kunzemann. wrong mark and the clay is too dark.I have known him for years.
Anne Edwards - Has anyone seen DK pottery with small birds on a fence - the reverse has his stamp but I cant find any other examples
Marilyn - We have a coffee set made especially for us at Evenlode Pottery. We were living in the area for 6 months over the winter of 1968/9 and the mark on the bases is exactly the same as shown here. Was Dieter at Evenlode at that time?
Marilyn - We have a coffee set made especially for us at Evenlode Pottery. We were living in the area for 6 months over the winter of 1968/9 and the mark on the bases is exactly the same as shown here. Was Dieter at Evenlode at that time?
Marilyn - We have a coffee set made especially for us at Evenlode Pottery. We were living in the area for 6 months over the winter of 1968/9 and the mark on the bases is exactly the same as shown here. Was Dieter at Evenlode at that time?
monika - When I worked at Evenlode Pottery in 1970,those dishes were made by Dinah Kunzemann. Dieter usually worked on the kickwheel.


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