Thursday, November 13, 2014

Temuka pottery and Cure kids







 Temuka pottery was very popular in the 80s, when I went overseas, my friends asked me to buy some and take them to them.


From the township of Temuka, on the South Canterbury plains, since 1931,
New Zealand Insulators has proudly designed and produced Temuka Pottery.
Our brand is pure New Zealand heritage – and thousands of kiwi households use
Temuka Pottery on a daily basis. It lasts and lasts.
Many New Zealanders know Temuka Pottery as the curvy
brown Riverstone series designed by the late Jack Laird
of Nelson. Launched in 1971, the beautiful Riverstone
sold millions of pieces. Since then Temuka Pottery has
developed and changed – our pottery reflects modern
New Zealand, with clean designs created with bright
and colourful glazes.

Cure Kids


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 On Saturday the 4th of October, Cure Kids $10 Queenstown
 Challenge stopped briefly in Temuka.

 The teams were all made honorary pottery decorators for
 the stop over, and had to decorate plates which are to be
 auctioned off, with all money going to Cure Kids.

 See the teams at work, and their resulting decorated
 plates here.

 And check out Cure Kids website here
Our fab $10 Queenstown Challenge teams tried their hands at pottery painting at Temuka Pottery en-route to Queenstown. Temuka Pottery is now auctioning their art on Trade Me, with all proceeds donated to Cure Kids.

Thank you to the teams and Temuka Pottery for your creativity and generosity! Check out their creations and get bidding here: http://bit.ly/10Zk5M3 #helpcurekids #TenDollarChallenge14
Photo: Our fab $10 Queenstown Challenge teams tried their hands at pottery painting at Temuka Pottery en-route to Queenstown. Temuka Pottery is now auctioning their art on Trade Me, with all proceeds donated to Cure Kids.  

Thank you to the teams and Temuka Pottery for your creativity and generosity! Check out their creations and get bidding here: http://bit.ly/10Zk5M3 #helpcurekids #TenDollarChallenge14

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