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A new home in Australia....for a pot!

I can't believe I forgot to blog this pot-post! After a visit last month, from a nice customer, one of my copper matte pots is currently  travelling round the world- ( in India as we speak) en -route to it's new home in Melbourne, Australia. 

It was nice to sell a work "face to face" from  a private gallery/studio visit, and to hear the customer's own interpretation of my work which was quite fascinating. I must admit, I had quite expected a different work to sell, but after much consideration, the piece pictured below was the one to go. You can never tell. 

Needless to say I am very proud that this will be taking up residence in Oz. It's getting ridiculous- France, America, Australia, India....all ticked off the "Pottery Tour Bucket List". 

 Melbourne on the map- and the pot in question- a Pisces now Australia bound. 

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