Learn about Calyx Ware

Calyx Ware was produced from 1921 until the late 1930s by a pottery in Perth, Western Australia, originally named Calyx Porcelain and Paint Company, but undergoing several name changes. The range was mainly functional items, often decorated with Australian themes. Archibald Bertram Webb (1887-1944) was a British artist who migrated to Western Australia and decorated some ACalyx Ware items. After production of Calyx Ware ceased, the pottery produced the Wembley Ware range and then later 'Bristile'. The trade name Calyx Ware was also used by the British pottery, William Adams & Co. from 1896 to the 20th century.
4 item(s) found:
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A Western Australian Calyx porcelain part tea set, c. 1920's manufactured Perth comprising five cups and six saucers, milk jug decorated in various transferware decals height: 9 cm (milk jug)

A rare Calyx Ware kookaburra twenty-one piece, part tea set's transfer Ware, printed, designed by Archibald Bertram Webb (1887 - 1944), 6 x trios, sugar bowl, milk jug and cake plate

A rare Calyx Ware kookaburra plate, transfer Ware printed, designed by Archibald Bertram Webb (1887 - 1944), later hand painted decoration, by Wembley Ware, factory, with Wembley Ware back stamp 1950's

A Calyx cup and saucer, c.1930, having a white ground and hand painted decoration in blue of kangaroos and saplings, printed mark in black of a swan, with 'Calyx Perth WA'

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