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Here's a new one that I haven't mentioned before,you can pick up Guernsey Pottery for under a fiver and the quality is superb. [img][/img]
Can't make out the mark on these - I have enhanced contrast to make it a little clearer. Anyone recognise it? Thanks, Alan.
The only marks that I can trace resembling the conjoined NP on this jug appear to relate to Nairn Pottery in Scotland. Their mark however seems clearer and more distinct than mine. Again all thoughts and suggestions welcome and appreciated. John
I haven't bothered with Aviemore Pottery before, but then I fell in love with this lidded jam pot: I'm surprised at how little information there is about this pottery online, considering how often items turn up at charity shops and flea