Ozzie Guntram's Glaze

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Ozzie Guntram is the owner of the pottery shop found on the south side of the central market square of Sto Lat. It is hard to believe, but the business of pottery is so booming that Ozzie cannot keep up on his orders! If the words "Need help?" are used, similar to starting a quest, Ozzie will assign you an order from the ledger to finish up.

There does not appear to be any help file associated with this mission.

Applicable chats and ledger description include:

Ozzie Guntram says with a Sto Plains accent: Yes, there is a list of orders in the sales ledger.
     Rather more than I can handle at the moment I'm afraid. Help would certainly be appreciated.

<l ledger>

A large ledger with a leather binding, the book contains a large number of lines which
have been crossed out, and a few which are legible.
It appears to have something written on it.

<r ledger>

You read the large sales ledger:
Written in spidery writing:
Morys Rede - 4 saucers with a diamond pattern
Henry Dunham - 5 plates with a square pattern
Margaret Moore - 5 saucers with a leaf pattern
Sarah Leventhorp - 5 teapots with a thorn pattern
Godfrey Mason - 6 cow teapots with a ring pattern
Simon Gascoigne - 5 cow jugs with a cabbage pattern
Symond Draper - 6 dragon teapots with a leaf pattern

To start the mission, you need to say something like "assign Simon Gascoigne" to claim the order with the name you said. You'll then have 30 minutes to make the pieces and give them to Ozzie.

In the back room (south) you can make the pottery pieces required. You can purchase the clay from the shop or search around for it.

The rewards with ~200 forming, ~170 throwing, ~230 shaping & glazing, ~160 staining and ~180 firing bonuses were around 25 000 experience points and A$8.50 for 5 saucers: 2 fine, 1 pleasant, 1 classy, 1 rough. Ozzie said they are only just acceptable.

(More research needed - what's easier to make, bonuses giving more highly classed results, rewards, etc.)   research If this has been marked on a page, it's because there was something that probably isn't known, that the person who edited the page thinks could be found out. Perhaps you could figure this thing out, and be famous evermore.