14 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

Guy Boyd Pottery vase with hand painted scene of an Aboriginal hunter, incised 'Guy Boyd Australia, 22 cm

A rare Royal Worcester Flavelle Brothers porcelain vase, C. Johnson, circa 1913, baluster, with an everted rim, the body painted with an indigenous Australian scene depicting an Aboriginal male starting a fire, signed by the artist, a Quaker grey border to

Florence Royce (working circa 1910-1940). A Rosenthal porcelain vase blank decorated with Australian native flowers, 1934, inscribed to base F. A. Royce and dated 1934, 18 cm high

Martin Boyd, vase, decorated with an Aboriginal woman, signed in script to base 'Martin Boyd Australia'. Height 20 cm

Martin Boyd Aboriginal design vase featuring boy and goanna, signed to base 'Martin Boyd Australia 5'. Height 24.5 cm.

Martin Boyd, vase, decorated with an Aboriginal elder with boomerang incised, Martin Boyd Australia

Rare Doulton vase, the painting of Australian native fuchsia by Katherine Smallfield

Gymea New South Wales Three pieces including a slip cast mug vase and a beaker each with a brown ground decorated with stylised aboriginal motifs painted factory marks the vase 13 cm high.

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.

Dorian Sands. Cylindrical pottery vase. Hand painted Aboriginal inspired animal designs including kangaroo, dingo, turtle, snake, bird etc. Signed. 19 cm

A Royal Doulton aboriginal cricket team Series Ware vase - good for fifty 5 inches x 3.5 inches high rare

Australian School pottery vase with hand painted underglaze Aboriginal motifs, monogrammed 'Kakadu' on the side and dated' MCMXXX'

Wembley Ware, Western Australia, circa 1950, a baluster earthenware vase, painted with a native Australian motif, painted mark hand painted and moulded stamp Wembley Ware. Height 18 cm

Martin Boyd vase decorated with two Aboriginal men on a brown ground