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 good vintage Peter Stichbury tall vase, the unglazed base with wrythen bands, the ovoid large top with two impressed sides highlighted with ring form bosses and a grey glaze. Impressed potter's mark to base. Height 38.5 cm
A Peter Alger 'Lava Box #6', the circular recessed lid with knob finial, square section, mildly tapered and curved sides, raised on four feet of pentagon form, the lustrous red/brown glaze with craquelure showing dark glaze below. Impressed potter&
A Peter Lange sculpted teapot, the handle modelled as reinforcing steel with wingnut fastenings, a broken rock stopper, the body as a concrete block with chipped corners, reinforcing steel form curbed spout, potter's name signed to base. Height 18 cm
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.
A Peter Stichbury pottery vase, tall beaker type form with tenmoku glazed cylinder base, the ribbed body with small riveted strap type highlights, partial rock ash glaze, impressed potter's mark. Height 22.5 cm
Peter Stichbury stoneware teapot and six wine cups, the teapot with fine incised and press moulded decoration in scarification style, pale grey and tenmoku glaze, the wine cups with panels of similar decoration.
A pair of Peter Hutson (Wellington) N.Z. colonial majolica glazed storage jars, a graduated pair of barrel form, the larger 'FLOUR' with lid absent, the other 'TEA' with original fitted lid, speckled majolica glaze dominated in deep blue, green and brown t
1909 Australian Team: Full size 'Gradidge -Imperial Driver' Cricket Bat, with shield affixed to reverse, engraved 'Kennington Oval. England v Australia, August 9th, 10th, 11th 1909. Australia First Innings Mr W.Bardsley b Sharp 136; second Innings lbw Barn
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