Mashman Pottery was founded by the brothers William and Henry Mashman in the 1880's, together with James Sandison to form Mashman & Sandison Pottery at what is now Chatswood, a suburb of Sydney, NSW. The company produced house bricks and a range of domestic pottery, and as the Mashman brothers had trained in England at Doulton Lambeth Pottery, there was a similarity of styles between Doulton and Mashman. The brothers bought out the interest of James Sandison in 1892. In 1908 the company was again split when Fredrick Albert Mashman, son of William left the employ of the Mashman Brother's family company to open his own pottery at Kingsgrove NSW, trading as Fred A. Mashman Pty. Ltd., making traditional terra cotta products for the restoration and new dwelling markets. The Royal Doulton company took over Mashman in 1959, and continued making sanitary wares. The business passed to Caroma Industries Pty. Ltd. in 1980, but it ceased trading in 2000. A portion of the site of the former pottery was turned over to housing, and a large part converted into a public park.
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Large Regal Mashman Australian pottery vase. Applied gumnut and gumleaf decoration; blue and brown drip glaze ground. Dual handled. Inscribed stamps to base 'Regal Artware. Mashman Sydney' and '10B.'. Height 35 cm
Mashman Brothers Willoughby, a glazed earthenware sgraffito vase, decorated with flowering sprays, impressed circular mark, 27 cm high; a blue/green vase, 14 cm high; a fan shaped fish vase, 17 cm high; and a two handled floral vase, 21 cm high (4)
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