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William Ferry (act. circa 1879-1921). A pair of slip cast hand-finished glazed earthenware red nautilus shells, stamped WF, VAP 26 cm high, For a similar example: Kevin Fahy, Australian Art Pottery: 1900 - 1950, Casuarina Press 2004, p. 158, plate. no. 146

William Ferry (act. circa 1879-1921). A glazed slip cast earthenware mythical figure circa 1905, 20 cm high

William Ferry (act. circa 1879-1921). A slip cast glazed earthenware grotesque figurine circa 1905, impressed to base WF, VAP, 12.5 cm high

William Ferry (attributed) Antique green glazed pottery vase, styled as a rising fish resting on a conch shell. (Missing a fin). 22 cm

Richard Sturrock 19th century pottery beaker, incised with herons and ferns and inscribed 'Rfb Sturrock, Guildford, Albion Street, East Brunswick'. 'Guildford' was the name of the Sturrock family home. Richard's father Alexander Sturrock is listed as being

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

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