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This is the coolest thing ever!
That was wonderful! And an excellent reminder of how hard the potters work. I enjoyed trying to identify the shapes and decals. Was that Rhead with the pipe?Thanks for letting us know this was posted.
It's amazing how, in some ways, so little has changed in the manufacturing process. We were trying to figure out what shapes we saw being made. The teacups early in the video looked a little like Carnival, while the plates later in the video looked like Virginia Rose.
WOW! That is so cool and informative. Thank you for posting this!
Very cool! I think I saw a dish go by that is in my cabinet today. :)