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A colonial Milton Pottery majolica glazed flagon, the spherical body with raised neck and flared rim with pouring spout, the handle with incised rib detail, lustrous glaze dominated with blue highlights. Height 19 cm

Early Milton pottery bread plate, with majolica glaze; some damage in the form of chips and crack, features early 'Graham & Winter' mark, length 28 cm

A colonial Milton Pottery majolica glazed specimen vase, ovoid body with tall narrow mildly flared neck, traditional mottled glaze and rich blue, brown and green tones, flake chip to rim. Height 20.5 cm

Two Milton Pottery majolica glazed items, a jug with spherical body and a small squat vase with cylinder neck, striking blue, brown and green glaze. The small vase has a small chip to rim. Heights 19.5 cm and 7.5 cm

A New Zealand colonial Milton Pottery bread plate, oval form with relief saying to the rim 'The Appetite Obeys Where Reason Rules', dominant green/blue glaze with a relief radiating wheat sheath pattern to the well, oval ring foot, unmarked. 28.5 cm x 23 c

A pair of terracotta Milton Potteries wall plaques, round with hand painted scenes. Diameter 20.5 cm

A Milton Potteries tile with impressed poppies design, green glaze. Length 15 cm. Width 15 cm

Attributed to Milton Potteries, tall ovoid vase with three shoulder mounted handles, raised on three feet modelled as horse legs, on triangular base, in rich dark majolica glaze (rejoined at legs). 36 cm height

An unmarked square shaped pottery jardiniere, with relief moulded figure decoration and Chinese Tang style glaze. Possibly Milton Potteries. Height 21 cm

Milton Potteries, ewer in mottled tan/green and brown glazes with metal ware by Barninghams of Dunedin. Ref. Gail Henry Pottery in New Zealand p. 2; House and Garden Sept. 2005, 36 cm height