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John Parker, black cut walled bottle. Height 24 cm

John Parker, bronze glazed ribbed cylinder vase. Height 20 cm

Anneke Borren, nickel glazed bamboo lidded pot, 1976. 'I gave that glaze recipe to John Parker, who used it for a while. It's a difficult glaze.' Height 16 cm

John Parker, three small porcelain vases, with mottled matt blue glaze, two of similar globular form, the third cylindrical, impressed marks to the bases, the tallest, height 20 cm

John Parker, tall white porcelain ribbed cylindrical vase, impressed mark near the base, height 25.5 cm

John Parker, suite of five white porcelain grooved vessels, of various forms and sizes. This suite was commissioned to the artist by the current owner in 2008., all marked near the foot, the tallest, height 30.5 cm

John Parker, cylindrical porcelain agate vase, height 19 cm

John Parker, small porcelain agate vase, with wide flared rim, height 12 cm

John Parker, White porcelain bottle vase, with globular body and tall pedestal foot, height 20 cm

John Parker, pair of porcelain agate bottle vases, of graduated sizes, impressed mark to the foot, the tallest, 18 cm

John Parker bowl with ridges, signed & entitled to foot, 27.5 cm diameter

John Parker, white bottle vase, in matte glaze, impressed initials to the base, height 24 cm

John Parker, white ovoid vase, incised with concentric bands, impressed initials to the base, height 25 cm

John Parker, agate flared bowl, 27 cm diameter. Provenance: Ex Estate of Doris Dutch

John Parker, red glazed pottery bowl. Diameter 24 cm

John Parker Red Glazed Bowl on stepped base, impressed mark, 22 cm diameter

John Parker, two vases, impressed mark, 15.5 cm, 15 cm heights

John Parker, two hemispherical porcelain bowls, with red glaze impressed initials Depth 20 cm max

John Parker, Pitted grey conical bowl, with metallic gold glaze bands impressed initials Depth 24 cm

John Parker Glick (USA), large stoneware platter, with brushed decoration, 1984. Depth 41 cm. Provenance: The Auckland Society of Potters collection

John Parker gold metallic glazed pottery specimen vase, the spherical body with fine incised encircling diagonal bands. Height 16 cm

John Parker, bottle vase, with agate type decoration together with another John Parker bottle vase. Height 15 cm. Provenance: Graeme Fairey collection

John Parker, stoneware agate bowl. Diameter 28 cm. Provenance: Graeme Fairey collection

John Parker, early gold lustre bowl. Diameter 26 cm. Provenance: Graeme Fairey collection

John Parker, dark red Orb porcelain grooved vase, covered with a rich red glaze impressed signature, initials and number IX. Height 21.5 cm

John Parker, black and white crackle orb vase. Height 24 cm.

John Parker, three graduated vases, 21 cm, 20 cm, heights

John Parker, Pitted grey glazed bowl, incised potter initials to the base. Diameter 40 cm

John Parker, a large and impressive early grooved vase, with shiny black glaze. Made in 1988. Height 32 cm

John Parker, stoneware white grooved vase. Height 25 cm

John Parker, stoneware white grooved vase. Height 26 cm

John Parker, still life vessel, West Auckland, inscribed for Keith and Ernie, shiny glaze white stoneware, thirteen pieces, each with impressed number and potters initials

John Parker, stoneware agate bowl. Diameter 21 cm

John Parker, Gobo bowl 1997, stoneware, with impressed initials to the base. Diameter 36 cm

John Parker, grooved white stoneware bowl, impressed potter's initials to the base, diameter 26 cm x height 18 cm

John Parker, red glazed conical bowl, artist's initial impressed to base, diameter 20 cm

John Parker, conical shaped bowl, with blue agate glaze, diameter 24 cm. Provenance: Collection of Beverley Luxton, purchased from New Vision Gallery at the time when Beverley Luxton was a member of the Twelve Potters Collective together with John Parker.

John Parker, early high fired stoneware bowl, conical shape, matt black glaze, potter's initials to the base, circa 1970s, diameter 30 cm. Provenance: Anneke Borren Collection

John Parker & Terry Stringer, Works in Progress, a collaborative work, hand thrown flared white vase with a printed design of the potters hands. Marked to base. Edition 1/1. Height 22.5 cm. Diameter 21 cm

John Parker, vase, stoneware with a bronze glaze. Height 21 cm

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