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Identifying A Chop

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Hi folks! I'm hoping someone here can help me identify (or at least read) a chop on a hand-built teapot I recently purchased. Photos attached (hopefully).


I rarely find myself purchasing other's work when I have SO much of my own in the house, but this piece really spoke to me.


Purchased in the Bay Area in California. It's a lovely teapot that looks like it was thrown and assembled.


The chop looks to me like either an HB, KB, or PB... But I could be wrong?


Anywho, thanks for any help, and have a great weekend!



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