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A large moulded E.G. Greenway ceramic flower trough, 1940s, Blackburn Victoria, the long trough with leaf form moulding, centred with a classical figure to the long sides, with a nephrite green satin glaze mottled with amber; an impressed circular stamp of

A Victor Greenaway wood fired stoneware pot and plate, later 20th century, the oviform pot tapering to a small circular foot with a complementary aperture to the top, in mottled and flecked orange and pale terracotta colours, embellished to the collar and

Greenway pottery. Three (3) flower troughs. One adorned with waratahs in a soft green glaze. Plus a pair with elephant and floral motif set in a stylized Art Deco border. 30 cm. Width

Greenway pottery pair of flower troughs, decorated with fish and waves, in pale greens plus a Greenway pottery vase, decorated with swirling fish in a pale green glaze. Width 31 cm each

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