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Col Levy glazed pottery jug, approx 36 cm high Levy, Col. Col Levy was born in Sydney in 1933.He studied industrial arts at Sydney Teachers College and ceramics at East Sydney Technical College.in 1957 he spent a year workshop training with Ivan McMeekin a

Col Levy (Australia), stoneware Mizusashi (Japanese water pot), wood fired with blue iron oxide evident in the surface, height 27 cm. Provenance: Anneke Borren Collection

Flora Annie Margaret Landells (1888-1981). Studio pottery vase, c.1950's, decorated with blue and white drip glaze, signed 'Landells Perth'. Height 16.7 cm. Note: Flora and Reg Landells were pioneering, potters in Western Australia, establishing the Landel

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia a pair of glazed earthenware seated indigenous elders with red head bands and loincloths, one inscribed Darbyshire, circa 1950, both with gilt DW. 8 cm high

Allan Lowe (1907-2001) A glazed earthenware jug with incised disc and leaf decoration, inscribed Allan Lowe/triangle/Totemic/Australia, 6.5 cm high

Deborah Halpern (b.1957), lithograph 'Tango', A/P, signed lower right, 30 x 22 cm (image). Deborah Halpern (born 1957 in Melbourne) is an artist working in Victoria Australia, notable for her prominent and popular works of public Art. Halpern is a sculptor

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia, a glazed earthenware koala and joey, 10 cm high; a platypus bowl 10 cm wide; and a turtle, 8 cm wide, inscribed and print marks and labels (3)

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia, a glazed earthenware ringtail possum leaping from a tree, 16 cm high; and a koala and joey, 10 cm high, both inscribed Darbyshire (2)

An Australian glazed earthenware koala, possibly by Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia, 23 cm high. Reference: For similar figure see Australian Pottery of the 19th & early 20th century, by Marjorie Graham, Plate 26

Jeff Mincham, teapot, raku-fired earthenware with bamboo and rope handle, inscribed 'Mincham '90'. Height 14 cm. Diameter 29 cm. Provenance: Ceramics and Glass Circle of Australia, Second wave

Jeff Mincham (Milang S.A.) raku fired stoneware vessel signed under base 'Mincham 86. Height 51.5 cm. Note: Jeff Mincham Studied at the South Australian School of Art, Including One Year Study with Milton Moon, and One Year with Les Blakebrough. His Works

Four various Vande ceramic pieces, including Australia shaped plate, marked 'From Albury;' wildflower decorated plate; triangular plate with figure of Aboriginal man; and large jug with Aboriginal man decoration. Length 43 cm (triangular plate) height 43 c

Daisy Ware bread Crock and four lidded kitchen canisters hand painted with flannel flowers and yellow bottle brush, signed to base 'Daisy Ware, Hume Highway, Mittagong, Australia, Hand Made Decorated Irene Lucas'. Height of tallest - 32 cm.

An Annie Mitchell trough vase with applied gum leaves and nuts, signed A.F. Mitchell, Goodwood, South Australia. L 24 cm. Height 8 cm

Jeff Mincham South Australia circa 1998, earthenware naturalistic shaped vase, black, green and rust toned glaze, signed Mincham 98. Height 39 cm.

Jeff Mincham South Australia circa 1999, earthenware naturalistic shaped vase, black, green and rust toned glaze with incised decoration signed Mincham 99. Height 83 cm.

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia circa 1950, rare slip cast ceramic figure of an Indigenous female the standing figure with dark hair holding a child on her back moulded mark Darbyshire. Height 24 cm

Allan Lowe, dark brown and tan striped wire carafe and cups Rep: all major public collection in Australia

Two small vases, aboriginal decoration, Essexware Australia

Joan Campbell 1920-1997 a glazed, Raku, earthenware vase, c.1975 Grogged clay, fired at a low temperature. Height 31 cm. Provenance: Purchased from the artist direct note: Zen Buddhism encouraged love of nature. In Japan this developed a fondness for asymm

Norman Lindsay swirl of the sea vase, numbered 236/300, produced by the National Trust of Australia. (edition quickly sold out)

Hoffman vase, the tall conical vase with green blue and purple glaze with brown interior impressed mark 'Hoffman Australia' to base

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 .

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia circa 1950, rare slip cast ceramic figure of an Aboriginal woman in colours of brown red and ochre the standing figure cradling a lizard a dingo standing on its hind legs with its paws resting on the woman moulded mark

Decor Australia, (Attributed). Slender ovoid slip cast ceramic vase painted with the image of an Aboriginal child in an outback setting unmarked 23 cm high.

Decor Australia. Two slender slip cast ceramic vases and a jug two painted with indigenous Australian motifs one painted with a fish and titled Forster-Tuncurry Golf Cl. The vases stamped Decor Australia the jug unmarked the tallest 17 cm high.

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia circa 1950, rare slip cast ceramic figure of an Aboriginal male elder the figure with dark hair and a red head band seated with his left knee held against his body moulded mark Darbyshire. Height 8 cm .

Decor Australia. Pair of ovoid slip cast ceramic vases one painted with a sprig of Golden Wattle the other with an Australian Parrot and titled The Sanctuary Currumbin each stamped Decor Australia 10 cm high.

A Norman Lindsay limited edition 'Swirl of the sea' vase, depicts mermaids and fish in a blue sea, numbered 231, edition of 300, from the National Trust of Australia

Shigeo Shiga, a compressed faceted bluish-white glazed buff pottery jar and cover, impressed seal. See Shiga The Potter, John Ferguson Sydney and Craft Council of Australia, 1982, cat no 17 for a similar pot 14.5 cm

A suffused lavender-glazed domed covered bowl, contemporary, two impressed seals, probably Shigeo Shiga. 9.5 cm high. See: Shiga The Potter, John Ferguson Sydney and Craft Council of Australia, 1982, cat no 37 for a pot of similar form

Victoria Art Pottery red glazed vase with a woven cane and floral motif, stamped on the base 'Vap/Wf'. William Ferry (1861-1934) and his brother Graham (1847-1924) both studied under Dr Christopher Dresser in 1879. Graham moved to Australia in 1881 and ope

Pippin Drysdale (b, 1943) porcelain vessel, 'Tanami Trails', series II, 2003 Having a grey green exterior and a purple interior, signed on base Height: 33 cm; Diameter: 18.5 cm, the inspiration for the artist to create the Tanami series was a plane trip ac

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