His pieces are always a welcome find - their shapes, glazes and decoration usually call out to be picked up. And it’s a pleasure because he was a proud artist who clearly signed his pieces, often dating them too, something that can’t be said for all studio potters.
This one was produced in our centennial year 1967, which doesn't add value but makes a bit more interesting.
It was also nice to find out he has a Wikipedia page. Discover more about this Canadian studio potter and craftsman;
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