A Grace Seccombe (Australia) hand sculpted pottery kookaburra figure, perched on a tree stump, hand painted in naturalistic tones of brown, blue and yellow, the base with printed mark 'Hand Painted', unsigned. Height 9.5 cm
A collection of pottery comprising a Newtone pottery kookaburra, 10 cm high; an ovoid vase painted with balloons, 16 cm high; a small blue ground vase painted with flowers 10 cm high, a bowl with three geese by Marie Gardner: a budgerigar, marked M. Rennet
Seccombe, Grace (1880-1956) Sliprails. Depicting two kookaburras on sliprail gate with inscription to base: 'To You the Open Sliprails, and Waiting Friend.' Bold signature 'Grace Seccombe,' to base. Height 10 cm
Grace Seccombe 1880-1956 earthenware sculpture kookaburras on a Fence post, inscribed to side of base 'To You, Open Slip Rails and a Waiting Friend', the underside of base incised 'Grace Seccombe, NSW, Australia' 14 cm long
A Maud O'Reilly painted pottery figure of a kookaburra, circa 1926, in rich tones of cobalt, mauve, brown, grey and white, seated on a pedestal covered with gum leaves and gum nuts glazed grey and rich turqoise, 29 cm high incised signature M. OReilly, pai
William Ricketts (1898 -1993) Victoria, circa 1937, a cylindrical earthenware jug with a bark like surface displays a kookaburra in low relief perched in the bough of the single branched handle all glazed khaki green, (chipped rim with some saved fragments
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
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