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Old April 18th 13, 04:22 PM posted to rec.crafts.pottery
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Default Spode?

I've found this while working in my house [built ~1782, on the ruins of
an older down-burnt building in Central Europe, Austria].

Could this be an early mark of Spode?

The sherd is the upper part of the handle of an earthen pitcher. The
unit of the underlying grid is exactly 2 centimeters.

G, Willi

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