John Rattenbury Skeaping (English, 1901-1980), kangaroo, c. 1940, for Wedgwood, pale celadon glaze, impressed near base 'J. Skeaping Wedgwood, height 22 cm. Provenance: Phillips, Sydney, Sale 024, Lot number 388
Kangaroo and tiger mug, by Australian National Gallery, after original Staffordshire 1793 within collection, images derived from Thomas Bewicks 'General History of Quadrupeds' taken from George Stubbs image, it is believed to be one of earliest Aus
Neil Douglas (1911-2003) (decorator) and Arthur Merric Boyd (1920-1999) (potter), wheel thrown glazed earthenware plate with underglaze decoration of kangaroos in an Australian landscape, incised and inscribed: Arthur Merric Boyd, Neil Douglas, Wildflower
Wedgwood, a porcelain figure of a kangaroo designed by John Rattenbury Skeaping, circa 1928, impressed to base: J Skeaping, Wedgewood, 22.5 cm, Note, Wedgwood's kangaroo figure was modelled in 1927 by John Rattenbury Skeaping, a student of the sculptor
An Arthur Merric Boyd & Neil Douglas plate, hand painted with a native Australian landscape scene of a river with a kangaroo in the foreground, signed Boyd, Murrumbeena and Neil Douglas to verso, 31 cm diameter
Arthur Merric Boyd (1862-1940), Neil Douglas (1911-2003) & John Perceval (1923-2000). Two ramekins, glazed earthenware, both painted with repeated kangaroo motif, yellow, brown and cream glaze, incised Neil Douglas, Amb, John Perceval to base, 7.3 cm high
Arthur Merric Boyd (1862-1940), Neil Douglas (1911-2003) & John Perceval (1923-2000). A large bowl, circular earthenware bowl depicting an Australian bush landscape with kangaroos, painted in tones of blue, green and brown, incised A. M. Boyd pottery, 1951
Possibly Bendigo pottery brown glaze ashtray in the shape of Australia, with a raised kangaroo & emu motifs to the interior & a shaped boomerang to the left with six cigarette rest notches. Unmarked. Condition fair, some early chips to the rim. Wid
Neil Douglas (1911-2003) (decorator), Arthur Merric Boyd (1920-1999) (potter), Two wheel thrown glazed earthenware small dishes with underglaze decoration of a kangaroo and grass trees, signed A. M. Boyd and Neil Douglas, the largest 10.5 cm diameter
Neil Douglas (1911-2003) (decorator), Arthur Merric Boyd (1920-1999) (potter). A wheel thrown glazed earthenware jug, with underglaze decoration of kangaroo and grass trees, inscribed Neil Douglas, AM Boyd Australia 1950, 6 cm high
Neil Douglas (1911-2003) (decorator) and Arthur Merric Boyd (1920-1999) (potter). A wheel thrown glazed earthenware jug decorated with kangaroos in a bush landscape, incised AM Boyd and inscribed Sunlight in the Bush, The Black's Spur, Narbethong, Australi
Neil Douglas (1911-2003) (decorator), Arthur Merric Boyd (1920-1999) (potter). A wheel thrown glazed earthenware dish circa 1950 with underglaze decoration of kangaroos and grass trees, incised AMB and inscribed Murrumbeena Pottery Australia, Neil Douglas,
William Ricketts (1898-1993). A hand modelled earthenware figure of a 'Kangaroo Man' holding a Churinga, c. 1940, incised Wm Ricketts, 31 cm high. Illustrated: Australian Art Pottery: 1900 - 1950, Kevin Fahy, Keith Free, John Freeland & Andrew Simpson, Cas
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