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Australian salt glaze pottery chimney pot, impressed Punchbowl Sutherland, approx 42 cm high

A Gothic revival terracotta stone gargoyle, English, 19th century

Pair of McHugh Bros., Launceston chimney pots

A Murphy Bros. stoneware chimney pot, impressed mark, Wellington. Height 75 cm

A pair of large terracotta spheres on pedestals. 116 cm high

A rare colonial New Zealand terracotta chimney pot made by George Boyd, Newton Pottery, the octagonal shaped pot decorated around the rim with eight stars, stamped G. Boyd, Newton Pottery, Auckland, to the base, some chipping to base with some pieces absen

A two piece terracotta chimney pot, stamped G. Boyd, Newton pottery. Height 101 cm. Diameter 37 cm

A pair of cylindrical salt glazed chimney pots. Height 33 cm

A N.Z. Brick Co. New Lynn brown salt glaze chimney pot of tall cylindrical shape with ribbing supporting pipe shaped open ended horizontal vent. Impressed maker's marks. Height 98 cm

A French ceramic roof ridge capping, 19th century, of rounded rectangular form with a crackle glazed white dove surmount and grotesque mask head ends, 34 cm wide, 33 cm high

R. O. Clark Ltd, pair of brown salt glazed chimney pots each of a matching cylindrical shape, the upper with three corrugated encircling bands below a crown shaped rim, stamped 'Roc Ltd'. Height 60 cm.

A George Boyd Newton Pottery heart pierced tall chimney pot of octagonal section with a series of conforming ribs, bisque fired, the upper curved outer wall decorated with cut-out heart shapes, impressed oval mark containing G. Boyd Newton Pottery. Note; t

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