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A Roy Cowan salt glazed stoneware vase, ovoid form, encircling wavy bands to the shoulder in cobalt blue on pale blue ground, rich caramel glaze to the rim. Provenance: The collection of Roy and Juliet Cowan, sold Dunbar Sloane September 2000, lot 857A. He
A quality large Roy Cowan (CNZM MBE 1918-2006) salt glazed floor pot, striking incised radiating circular and lineal decoration in dark cobalt blue/ black and pale blue tones, the four dominant radiating circular motifs in an encircling band, tall ovoid fo
A good Muriel Moody (1907-1991) salt glazed sculpture of a shag, modelled with head raised, variable dark blue to its back, caramel to its front, the beak cracked and repaired, raised on mahogany square plinth base, the tail of the bird overhanging. Origin
A Roy Cowan and Juliet Peter large stoneware floor vase, painted in blue and green with abstract gestural decoration to the ovoid body. Height 66 cm. Provenance: Lorraine and Patrick Williams collection, Wellington.
Roy Cowan, a large and impressive stoneware blue salt glazed floor vase, incised with concentric bands and interweaving stylised koru forms. Height 82 cm. This impressive floor vase was held for many years in Roy Cowan and Juliet Peter's personal collectio
A large 1970s Roy Cowan large slab built sculpture, of tall flared narrow trough form, pale speckled grey glaze to the central area flanked by red/brown and black mottled areas, the compartmentalised interior with pierced slab supports. 111 cm x 23 cm x 61
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