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Amphora Austrian Art Nouveau pottery vase with impressive applied cockatoo decoration, circa 1900, Stamped Imperial Amhpora Austria, Turn, 60 cm high

Mintons, a majolica figure of a sulphur crested cockatoo, circa 1890, stamped: Mintons England, 37 cm high

Royal Doulton, a white cockatoo decorated vase, circa 1910, impressed and inscribed: Royal Doulton, 431, S, and stamped Pascoe & Co., 34 cm high

Moorcroft, a blue ground sulphur crested cockatoo plate, 1995, limited edition 125/350, stamped and inscribed: Moorcroft, Made in England, copyright 1995, WM26 cm diameter. Provenance: The Ruth Simon Collection, Sydney

Two St Clement Majolica bird Pitchers, 1930s, France, a mallard duck and a cockatoo in rich green, Prussian blue and tan to yellow colours, both with vegetal handles, marks in relief underside with pattern numbers. Height 33 cm

Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, vase, 2006, Black Cockatoo' pattern, of swollen baluster form, decorated with two black cockatoos and gumnuts, signed 'Philip Gibson' and dated '2006', impressed 'Moorcroft, Made in Stokeontrent England,

A Royal Dux porcelain figure of a sulphur crested cockatoo and a continental porcelain parrot, the tallest 41 cm high. Provenance: Property from the collection of the late Margaret (Maggie) Lockwood

Brownie Downing girl and cockatoo wall plaque. Height 12 cm approx

i) A Wembley Ware Dhufish vase. Mid 20th century, impressed mark to base. Height 27.5 cm. Ii) A Wembley Ware cockatoo wall pocket vase. Mid 20th century, impressed mark to base. Height 14 cm. Iii) A Wembley Ware Arunta ashtray (AF). Mid 20th century, impre

A Royal Dux ceramic figure of a cockatoo. Mid 20th century. Base with printed factory marks and lozenge plaque. Height 40.5 cm

Moorcroft 'Sulphur crested cockatoo' plate designed by Rachel Bishop, initials W. M. Moorcroft with original certificate & box. Numbered 193/350. Condition good, some crazing. Diameter 26.4 cm

Royal Crown Derby 'Cockatoo' paperweight, limited edition 2233/2500, with gold button seal, height 14 cm approx

Wembley Ware wall pocket in the form of a yellow crested cockatoo resting on gumtree branch, incised to underside 'Wembley Ware', length 13.5 cm

A porcelain Dresden hanging cockatoo. Late 19th century. The cockatoo is perched and mounted on a hanging metal ring. Provenance: Purchased 1989 Rogers de Rin Antiques, London for £1,900. Height 51.5 cm (cockatoo)

Royal Crown Derby cockatoo figurine limited edition, gold seal to base, 13.7 cm high

A Moorcroft pottery black cockatoo vase 2006-07, by Philip Gibson limited edition number 154 signed with factory stamps. Height 36.2 cm

Rare Royal Crown Derby pink cockatoo, gold button to base. Limited edition - box available

A Moorcroft pottery black cockatoo vase, 2006 - 07, by Philip Gibson, numbered 156, signed with factory stamps. Height 36.2 cm

A Royal Doulton figure group of two cockatoos, by Leslie Harradine, circa 1911, the white birds with green highlights, raised on a blue base, impressed marks, initials L.H. and model No. 35, 20 cm high

A Vienna painted porcelain plaque, latter half 19th century, rectangular, painted with a scene of two classical maidens watching a cockatoo drinking by a pool in a garden, 'The Daughter of the Sheik', the reverse with printed mark and inscribed in German w

Australian pottery cockatoo form jug. Marked 'Meakin' to base. Height 29 cm

Moorcroft Philip Gibson black cockatoo vase. Signed and dated 2007 to base. Height 37 cm

A German porcelain white parrot or cockatoo, perched on a tree stump, printed 'Meissen ' mark and incised numbers '576'. Height 28 cm

A finely modelled porcelain German figure of a pink cockatoo on a floral decorated base, circa 1930. Height 40 cm

An exotic porcelain cockatoo perched on a foliate base, by Rudolstadt Volkstedt, circa 1930. Height 22 cm

A finely, modelled porcelain cockatoo on gilded pedestal base, by Rudolstadt Volkstedt. Height 39 cm

A pair of Crown Staffordshire sulphur crested cockatoos, designed and modelled by J.T. Jones, the naturalistically designed perched birds painted white with yellow crest and black beaks, blue painted underglaze marks to base, (2). Height 34 cm. Provenance:

A Meissen cockatoo, c.1925 Likely by Paul Walther. Meissen underglaze mark on base. Height 27 cm

A Mintons Majolica figure of a cockatoo, realistically modelled perched on a tree stump base, moulded factory mark to base. Height 35. 5 cm

Penny Smith, platter (Cockatoos), 25 cm diameter x 8 cm high;, together with small sphere (Dead tree), 13 cm wide x 13 cm high x 11 cm deep

Antique majolica jug, modelled in the form of a cockatoo. White, green and brown glazes with pink interior. 15 cm