A Royal Doulton 'The Chief' figure. Introduced 1978, pattern HN2892, the seated figure of an American native chief holding a ceremonial weapon; green backstamp of the modern era underside. Height 18 cm.
Martin Boyd, wall plates, comprising one of boomerang form depicting an Aboriginal man in landscape scene, together with two smaller wall plates, all incised to back 'Martin Boyd Australia Jr' (3). Diameter 13 cm., 18.5 cm
A group of two Royal Worcester Australian Wildflower series porcelain plates, signed A. Shuck, one titled waratah, the other untitled, retail mark for Flavelle Brothers, circa 1915 and 1917, each of rounded rectangular form, depicting respectively sprays o
A group of three Royal Worcester Australian Wildflower series porcelain plates, signed R. Austin, two titled Sarsaparilla and Acacia Viscidula Acacia Triptera, the third untitled, retail mark for Flavelle Brothers, circa 1915 and 1917, each of rounded rect
Gwen Watson, the tall cylindrical earthenware form displaying a low relief exterior depicting an Australian native faunal scene surmounted by a pierced canopy rim, incised signature to side and base. Height 30 cm signed G.G.
Essexware, New South Wales circa 1957. Assembled three piece earthenware tea set comprising a teapot creamer an a sugar vessel each decorated with stylised Aboriginal motifs on varying brown backgrounds one with painted mark Essexware Leura, two with incis
Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia circa 1950, rare slip cast ceramic figure of an Aboriginal male elder the figure with grey hair and a red head band seated with his right knee raised his right hand extended moulded mark Darbyshire. Height 8 cm .
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