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Grace Seccombe Pottery kookaburra figure, incised 'G.W. NSW, 8.5 cm high

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Grace Seccombe Pottery kookaburra tree stump vase, not signed, 14 cm high

A large Grace Seccombe kookaburra, modelled perched on a wooden log, incised G.S Aus to underside, 19.5 cm high

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A Royal Doulton bowl, with kookaburra and Wattle motif. D4201/4 (a/f;crazed)

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Australian pottery kookaburra figure. Stamped to base 'Hebs' (possibly Harvey School). Height 7 cm

Grace Seccombe Pottery kookaburra figure, incised G.S. Aus, 6 cm high

Castle Harris Australian pottery stump vase with applied kookaburra chasing a lizard, circa 1930, signed Castle Harris on the back, 27 cm high. Provenance: Private Collection Canberra, formerly Hooper's Antiques, illustrated on the cover of 'Australian Cou

Remued Pottery jug with applied kookaburra, incised Remued 7/9k, 23 cm high

Royal Doulton Kookaburra porcelain set comprising circular plate, square plate, milk jug, circular bowl, small circular plate and square ashtray, circa 1922, largest plate 26 cm diameter

A Royal Dux figure of a kookaburra, applied triangle mark, 29 cm high

A Moorcroft limited edition kookaburra vase, circa 2005, factory marks, 51/200, signed Philip Gibson, 25 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956), A glazed earthenware group of two kookaburras on a slip rail fence inscribed 'To You, the Open Slip rails and a waiting Friend', moulded signature Grace Seccombe and paper label 'No 3 Grace Seccombe', 11 cm high, 13.5 cm wide

Moorcroft, 'Kookaburra' vase, 2005, Limited Edition 74/200, designed by Philip Gibson, impressed and inscribed, Moorcroft, made in England, Stoke on Trent, 2005, Philip Gibson, 74/200, 25.5 cm high

Grace Seccombe (b. approx 1880, d. 1956) kookaburra on a log, signed to base, approx 21 cm high

A Grace Seccombe pottery dish with two kookaburras perched on a branch with gum leaves & nuts, signed to base 'Grace Seccombe, original paper label '#6, 10 cm dia

A Grace Seccombe, two kookaburras on slip rails enscribed 'To you the open slip rails & awaiting friend', signed to base Grace Seccombe

Grace Seccombe (Australian, 1880 - 1956), kookaburra, perched on a log, hand finished with underglaze painting and coloured glaze on earthenware, artist's initials incised to base 'G S, Australia, height 9 cm. Provenance: The Estate of Mary Smart

Grace Seccombe (Australian, 1880 - 1956), kookaburras on Fence, hand finished with underglaze painting and coloured glaze on earthenware, inscribed 'To You, the open Sliprails and a Waiting friend', artist's signature incised to base 'Grace Seccombe, heigh

Beswick Kookaburra figurine, #1159, paper Beswick England label attached, 14 cm high approx

Bosley Pottery kookaburra, 19 cm high, Provenance: Collection of The Late Geoffrey Maxwell Worthington

A pair of majolica kookaburra tiles, circa 1910, (later frames), tiles: 15 x 15 cm, Provenance: Collection of The Late Geoffrey Maxwell Worthington

Australian pottery pair of kookaburra wall pockets each slip cast & decorated with two hand built kookaburras modelled in a gum tree with applied gum leaves. Unsigned. Condition, good to fair, loss to one lower beak, length, 18 cm

Pair of Bryan Cox Royal Worcester cabinet plates with hand painted kookaburra and kingfisher decoration, 27 cm diameter

A Wembley Ware kookaburra figure, modelled by John Tribe, mid 20th century, painted ceramic, impressed 'Tribe' lower with factory marks to base. Height 28.5 cm

An Australian glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra by Grace Seccombe (1880-1956), inscribed 'Grace Seccombe, 18 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe, 9.5 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of two kookaburras on a fence post, incised To you the open sliprail and a waiting friend, incised Grace Seccombe, 10 cm high, 14 cm wide

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware bough vase with applied kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe Australia, 11 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra pipe holder, incised GS AUS, 7.5 cm high, 12 cm wide

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A pair of glazed earthenware kookaburra salt and pepper shakers, incised GS NSW, 6 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, labelled Grace Seccombe No. 44, 16.5 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe NSW, 14 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra on a pierced flower frog base, inscribed AuStralia, 17 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A small glazed earthenware figure of a open beak kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe, 9 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra, incised Grace Seccombe Australia, 14 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A rare glazed earthenware figure of an open beak kookaburra, signed Grace Seccombe, labelled No. 50 Grace Seccombe, 17 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra on a leaf decorated stump, signed AuStralia, 24 cm high. Illustrated: Australian Art Pottery: 1900 - 1950, Kevin Fahy, Keith Free, John Freeland & Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press 2004,

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of two kookaburras on a pierced flower frog base, inscribed AuStralia, 18 cm high

Grace Seccombe (1880-1956). A glazed earthenware figure of a kookaburra on a leaf decorated bough, incised 'S, 15.5 cm high

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