No makers name but dated 1952 with writing to base. 19cms long x 13cms high. Great condition, no chips, cracks, losses, there is some crazing.
Base approx 11.8cms in diameter at its widest point x 10cms high. Small chip to base, see photo, not noticeable from the top, some crazing. Fully signed to the base E Bryce Carter, Sydney. A rare quality piece.
Approx 20cms long x 18cms high, signed to the base. Some minor crazing otherwise very nice condition.
21cms long x 6cms high. Not signed but 100% Studio Anna. No cracks or repairs.
9 to 9.5cms high. Neither are signed but 100% Studio Anna. No chips, cracks or repairs. The Brown & white one has a slightly unlevel base.
Top 14.5cms wide x Base 12.3cms wide x 20cms high. No chips, losses, cracks or repairs. A very faint number 2 to the base and letters PX which I'm told by someone in the know that it's Diana.
Super rare, Richard Rogers pieces of this size & quality are tightly held by collectors & museums alike and rarely appear for sale. This form / type of vase actually appears in a pottery reference book with picture. The book is Ipswich...
Attributed to / possibly, a rare Richard Rogers piece. Its finish & colour are strikingly similar to other Richard Rogers pieces of this era. Very similar colour vases appear in the book "Ipswich Potteries 1873 - 1926 by the Ipswich Art...
Examined by a several Harvey School collectors / dealers, with the final opinion being that it is more than likely Harvey School and was produced by either Evelyn Buggy or Val McMaster. Not many of the Harvey School pupils did Dragons and some...
Creamer 7cms high to the top of the handle, Sugar 6cms to top of handle. Great condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. Initialled & dated as per photos.
6cms high to the top of the lip. Has applied motif of gumnuts or holly. Great condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. Initialled as per photos. Very hard to read though ?????? ED WI Colour.
6cms high x 22cms diameter base. Firing fault to lip, see photo otherwise great condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. Initialled & dated as per photo's. Australian in origin, some have described it as possibly being Harvey...
There are varying opinions as to the origin of the vase - some suggest definitely Australian, others are saying Belgium in origin. The buyer is to form their own opinion. The designs / motifs are slightly crude in finish. 22.5cms high...
Have been informed that this vase was one of the largest pieces of Early Series Remued Pottery produced, it stands 26cms high, the 217/12 is slightly larger. There is a very old chip to the base, see photo, otherwise its in superb condition.
The tallest Vase / Jug from the 319 series. Fantastic condition, no chips, cracks or repairs, some very minor crazing.