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Bob Mc Naughton N.Z.
"Not sure how it got to us but it sat under the house for twenty or so years and hung in our outside toilet for another ten! It as an embosa ware seal on the back and apart from a small chip on the underside of the base it has survived in good condition."
Photos in the The Surviving Pots Album.
|Lynn Thompson 1||Lynn Thompson 2||Bronnie Stephenson N.Z 1||Bronnie Stephenson N.Z 2|
|Bronnie Stephenson N.Z 3||Barry Tranter U.K. 1||Barry Tranter U.K. 2||Barry Tranter U.K. 3|
|Brian Lovell 1||Brian Lovell 2||David Paterson 1||David Paterson 2|
|David Paterson 3||David Paterson 4||David Paterson 5||Mrs Slingsby Smith|
|My First Pot||Mrs Crompton||Stuart James Australia||Bob Mc Naughton N.Z.|
| ||Peter Wyss U.K.||Granny's pot||Elena Miller Uraguay 1|
|Elena Miller Uraguay 2||Elena Miller Uraguay 3||Elena Miller Uraguay 4||Kathy Dent 1|
|Kathy Dent 2||Peter Fowkes 1||Peter Fowkes 2||Earl Davis|
|Fred Martin 2||Fred Martin 1|
For the most part, these Pots were manufactured by the company J.T. Fell & co, probably in the 1920/30's.
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