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A pair of majolica kookaburra tiles, circa 1910, (later frames), tiles: 15 x 15 cm, Provenance: Collection of The Late Geoffrey Maxwell Worthington

An Australian glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra by Grace Seccombe (1880-1956), inscribed 'Grace Seccombe, 18 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe, 9.5 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of two kookaburras on a fence post, incised To you the open sliprail and a waiting friend, incised Grace Seccombe, 10 cm high, 14 cm wide

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware bough vase with applied kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe Australia, 11 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra pipe holder, incised GS AUS, 7.5 cm high, 12 cm wide

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A pair of glazed earthenware kookaburra salt and pepper shakers, incised GS NSW, 6 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, labelled Grace Seccombe No. 44, 16.5 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe NSW, 14 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra on a pierced flower frog base, inscribed AuStralia, 17 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A small glazed earthenware figure of a open beak kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe, 9 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe Australia, 14 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A rare glazed earthenware figure of an open beak kookaburra, signed Grace Seccombe, labelled No. 50 Grace Seccombe, 17 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra on a leaf decorated stump, signed AuStralia, 24 cm high. Illustrated: Australian Art Pottery: 1900 - 1950, Kevin Fahy, Keith Free, John Freeland & Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press 2004,

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of two kookaburras on a pierced flower frog base, inscribed AuStralia, 18 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra on a leaf decorated bough, incised 'S, 15.5 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, inscribed Grace Seccombe and impressed GS, 16 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra with a pierced flower frog base, incised Australia, 18 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe NSW, 14 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A small glazed earthenware figure of a open beak kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe Australia, 9 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, inscribed Grace Seccombe, 11 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe Eastwood Australia, 11 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised GS, 8.5 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe, 18 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956), Three glazed earthenware miniature figures of kookaburras. The tallest 5.5 cm high (3)

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, inscribed Grace Seccombe, H, 9.5 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe Australia, 9 cm high

Remued Pottery. A glazed earthenware vase decorated with a kookaburra, incised Remued Hand Made L5, 13.5 cm high, 17 cm diameter

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A pair of glazed earthenware kookaburra bookends, inscribed Grace Seccombe, 14 cm high

Remued Pottery. A rare glazed earthenware jug decorated with a kookaburra, incised Remued, 16 cm high

Bendigo Pottery. A glazed kookaburra, 21 cm high

A miniature glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, possibly Grace Seccombe, 5 cm high

Bosley. A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, 20.5 cm high

William Ricketts (1898-1993. A glazed earthenware twin spout teapot with moulded kookaburra lid, 1938, incised Potters, Sanctuary Mt Dandenong March 30th 1938 to base, 19 cm high

Maude O'Reilly (1886-1971). A slip cast, hand-finished, glazed earthenware figure of kookaburra with gumnuts and leaves, 1926, inscribed to base: M O'Reilly E 1926 / Kookaburra M O'Reilly Austalian 1926, 28.5 cm high, 10 cm wide, 10 cm deep. Illustrated: A

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of two kookaburras on sliprail fence, inscribed 'To You, the Open Sliprails and a waiting Friend, incised Grace Seccombe NSW Australia, label to base No. 3 Grace Seccombe, 11 cm high, 13.5 cm wide

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A pair of glazed earthenware kookaburra bookends, 12 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A pair of glazed earthenware kookaburra salt and pepper shakers, incised GS Aus, 6 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised GS AUS, 15 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956), 'Seven Little Australians'. A wheel-thrown hand finished glazed earthenware figure of a row of kookaburras sitting on a tree stump, signed Grace Seccombe, 10.5 cm high, 15 cm wide

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