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|Topic Started: May 13 2010, 12:18 PM (339 Views)|
|Kim||May 13 2010, 12:18 PM Post #1|
I know that BMP made a pineapple vase, but I'm pretty sure this is not BMP because of the colours. It is Canadian though, as it says Canada on the bottom. It also has red clay. My pictures don't show the colours very well unfortunately.
The vase is about 14.5" high. The majority of the vase is a creamy yellow colour and the top bit has a caramel/brown sugar colour that blends into the yellow.
I'm including this one simply because it comes closest to capturing the actual colour of the creamy yellow:
|Kim||May 13 2010, 12:26 PM Post #2|
||Hmmm...now I'm not sure....check this out: BMP Brown Sugar|
|Kim||May 17 2010, 07:50 AM Post #3|
||I have been informed by 2 very knowledgeable people from the BMPCC that the vase is Pine. I was surprised to learn this, as I was only familiar with the red and green Pine glazes.|
|Starree||May 17 2010, 03:35 PM Post #4|
|Very interesting! Especially when compared to the brown sugar bmp one.|
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