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August 10, 2020


Thomas Stumpf

You've conflated the two most common glazes employed by Ben Owen: frogskin and tobacco spit. So it is frogskin, as you realized it should be. I should add that your pottery has appreciated in value very nicely. I'd forgotten what fine specimens you owned.

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