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Martin Boyd Two pottery plates with Aboriginal scenes, 26 cm diameter

Martin Boyd Pair of pottery plates with Aboriginal portraits, 26 cm diameter

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.

Vande Studio Pottery ashtray, with aboriginal decoration, signed, 19 cm wide approx.

A Royal Worcester teapot, Flavelle Brothers Ltd, raised decoration depicting an aborigine making a small fire, signed C. Johnson, minor paint chips and crack to base, 11.5 cm high

Guy Boyd porcelain lidded canister. Aboriginal motif. Height 16 cm

A group of four Carl Cooper Aboriginal Themed dishes, faults to all

A large Australian Martin Boyd lidded ginger jar, painted with a crouching aboriginal man on a pale lime green ground. Incised signature and other markings to base. Height 20 cm

A Lladro figural group of a native girl being carried on a litter, printed and painted marks to base, numbered 30. Height 35 cm. Length 39 cm. Reference no. 1496. On wooden stand

A large Australian Martin Boyd lidded ginger jar, painted with an aboriginal man on a blue ground. Impressed marks. Height 20 cm

A large Australian Martin Boyd lidded ginger jar, painted with a crouching aboriginal man on a pale lime green ground. Impressed marks. Height 20 cm

A set of five Australian Martin Boyd mugs, painted with aboriginal figures, birds, snakes, etc., on various coloured grounds. Impressed marks. One with small rim chip. Height of each 12 cm

Two Brownie Downing Aboriginal child wall plaques. One with dog at foot. Height 16 (each)

One Aboriginal mask and three Brownie Downing wall figures (4)

Aboriginal pot made by Eddie Puruntatameri. Tiwi Island. EP1979. 30 cm

Lladro figure 'Native' issue year: 1978 Sculptor: Salvador DebÑn dimensions 76 x 28 cm

Lewis Jarvis Harvey (1871-1949), a metallic glazed earthenware titled bust 'Aboriginal Woman Q'land' raised on a socle inscribed LJ Harvey, 14 cm high

Martin Boyd, three mugs of blue, green and cream, each decorated with painted Aboriginal figures, one incised to base 'Martin Boyd Mc' and two incised 'Martin Boyd Mc Australia' (3). Height 12 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

Collection of vintage Australian, aboriginal motifs, Essexware by Gordon and Irene Dunn of Leura

Collection of vintage Australian, aboriginal motifs, Essexware by Gordon and Irene Dunn of Leura

Two various Vande plates.1 depicting fisherman; the other an Aboriginal man. Diameter 15 cm (average)

Three Martin Boyd Aboriginal scene decorated plates, (3) 18.5 cm diameter

Archer, Florence (1898-1947) large double handled pot. Applied decoration of native leaves and nuts. Variegated glaze. Height 24 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

Mylie Peppin mug, done for Alan C Peppin for 21st Birthday, 10.5 cm decorated with Native Hens

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.

Four Diana Aboriginal mugs, decorated with sgraffito Aboriginal men on black ground. Each bears original adhesive label. Height 12 cm

Martin Boyd, Aboriginal Hunters and kangaroo, decorated porcelain lidded jar (chip to rim), signed on base. Height 21 cm

Gymea Pottery (Attributed) New South Wales Two tapering cylindrical slip cast ceramic beakers each painted with stylised Aboriginal motifs unmarked the tallest 14cm high

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

Wembley Ware, Western Australia circa 1955, ceramic slip cast native stockman ashtray impressed Wembley Ware. Width 12 cm

Two small vases, aboriginal decoration, Essexware Australia

A Martin Boyd pottery mug with an image of an Australian Aboriginal, signed 12 cm high

Studio Anna, New South Wales, two ceramic plates painted with image of an aboriginal man and woman black ground one with a factory stamp 24.5 cm diameter.

Studio Anna, New South Wales, two rectangular slip cast vases painted with Aboriginal motifs titled Lakes entrance and Alice Springs printed and foil label 13.5 cm high.

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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