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Ivan Englund (England/Australia 1915-2007)., Australian pottery pot. Potters mark to base. Height 27 cm

Jenny Orchard, (Australia, Born 1951-) unusual modern design vase, signed to base, approx 27 cm high

Darbyshire Pottery possum figure group, stamped Darbyshire Australia, 14 cm high

Three Melrose Ware vases, Hoffman Brick Company Brunswick, 1930s, a globular pot with gumnut designs in a green glaze with streaking to the lower body, an ovoid waisted vase with continuous gum leaf designs with a similar glaze, both with stencil mark of M

Errol Barnes (Australian, b. 1941), Vase, 1989, blue crystalline glaze, incised to base 'Errol Barnes 89 Australia', together with an unidentified bowl with volcanic blue glazed interior, artist's seal impressed to foot (2), vase height 25 cm

Derek Smith (Australian, b. 1931), Vase, 1974, of squat spherical form, incised ring decoration highlighted with copper pigment, stamped and signed near base 'Derek Smith 74', stamped to base 'Doulton Studios Australia, height 19 cm

A Norman Lindsay 'Balinese Vase', numbered edition 118/300, Produced by the National Trust of Australia 2007. Height 17.5 cm. Diameter 20.5 cm

A Norman Lindsay 'Swirl of the Sea Vase', numbered edition 294/300, Produced by the National Trust of Australia 2007. Height 17.5 cm. Diameter 20.5 cm

An Australia McCredie pottery coffe pot, sugar and ten cups and saucers, inscribed to base 'McCredie, New South Wales'. Chip to one cup.

Sandra Black (Australia), slip cast urn form, with Grecian drapery style decoration. Height 64 cm, Sandra black is one of Australia's foremost ceramic artists. On a number of occasions her work featured in the New Zealand Fletcher Challenge ceramic awards.

May Clarke: Porcelain dinner service, painted for the Hardey family of Western Australia, each piece hand painted with local wild flowers including banksia, gum blossoms, Geraldton wax flower, etc. Titled and signed verso. Comprising tureens (3), serving d

Stephen Bowers (b. 1954). A large platter decorated with magpie, fruit and butterfly 1991, inscibed Stephen Bowers, Adelaide, South Australia 1991, 59 cm diameter

Neil Douglas (1911-2003) (decorator), John Perceval (1923-2000) (decorator), Arthur Merric Boyd (1920-1999) (potter). A wheel thrown glazed earthenware large bowl 1950, with underglaze decoration of kangaroos and grass trees in a landscape, incised Arthur

Neil Douglas (1911-2003) (decorator), John Perceval (1923-2000) (decorator), Arthur Merric Boyd (1920-1999) (potter). A wheel thrown glazed earthenware bowl 1950, with underglaze decoration of kangaroos, grass trees and lizards, inscribed Neil Douglas, Joh

William Merric Boyd (1888-1959), a Cruffel Ware jug, Cruffel porcelain high-fired stoneware jug with a windswept tree decoration flowing from the trunk handle to the body, green glaze, incised Merric Boyd 1928, Australia to base, 14.5 cm high, 11.3 cm diam

A Gymea Australia 'Yellow Marsh Flower' hand painted vase. Height 14 cm

Pippin Drysdale (Australia), large porcelain vase, with linear decoration and purple glazed interior. Height 36 cm

Two ceramic 'Advance Australia' port barrels one marked Anthony Shaw Burslem, 19th century, the tallest 36 cm

Two 'Emigrants to Australia' transfer printed porcelain mugs, English, first half 19th century, the largest 8 cm high

A Staffordshire earthenware blue and white transfer pattern plate, 'HOBART TOWN', circa 1825. Note: (After) George William Evans who originally published the image as a frontispiece to his book on the colony in 1822. Earliest known depiction of Australia o

A large treacle glazed 'Advance Australia' teapot, Scottish, circa 1890, 28 cm high. Note: illustrated Australian Pottery of 19th and early 20th century, Garham, Marjorie, Published, David Ell Press in association with National Trust of Australia (N.S.W.),

Two Australian pottery treacle glaze Advance Australia teapots, late 19th/20th century, the largest 23 cm

Mad in Australia Cactus clock, 1993 together with two Jenny Orchard cloud cups. Height 16.5 cm. Width 38 cm

Peter Rushforth (Australia) art pottery vase, in brown and orange tones, 23.5 cm high

Two West Australian Landells pottery Studio vases c.1940-1950. Decorated with an array of drip glaze colours. One vase signed 'F & R Landells Perth B6'; the other 'Landells Perth 162'. Height 15.8 cm; diameter 14 cm. Note: flora and Reg Landells were pione

Col Levy glazed pottery jug, approx 36 cm high Levy, Col. Col Levy was born in Sydney in 1933.He studied industrial arts at Sydney Teachers College and ceramics at East Sydney Technical College.in 1957 he spent a year workshop training with Ivan McMeekin a

A blue and white porcelain dish, circa 1840, the transfer printed dish with a rose decorated border centred by an image of a Hunter River Steam Navigation Company clipper ship, blue printed company mark and inscribed 'The Rose' to the base, 24 cm diameter,

Robert Barron (Gooseneck Pottery, Australia), stoneware jug, with salt glaze, marked GNP to the base, height 30 cm. Provenance: New Vision Gallery Collection

Jeff Mincham (Australia), large elliptical floor vase, (small chip evident to the base), height 300 x width 38 cm

Col Levy (Australia), stoneware Mizusashi (Japanese water pot), wood fired with blue iron oxide evident in the surface, height 27 cm. Provenance: Anneke Borren Collection

Flora Annie Margaret Landells (1888-1981). Studio pottery vase, c.1950's, decorated with blue and white drip glaze, signed 'Landells Perth'. Height 16.7 cm. Note: Flora and Reg Landells were pioneering, potters in Western Australia, establishing the Landel

Toni Warburton (Australia 1951-.), vase, with crackled white glaze over red earthenware, decorated with raised and moulded circular design, the waved handles and rim detailed with black glaze, decal label to base '151'. Height 43 cm

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia a pair of glazed earthenware seated indigenous elders with red head bands and loincloths, one inscribed Darbyshire, circa 1950, both with gilt DW. 8 cm high

Allan Lowe (1907-2001) A glazed earthenware jug with incised disc and leaf decoration, inscribed Allan Lowe/triangle/Totemic/Australia, 6.5 cm high

Deborah Halpern (b.1957), lithograph 'Tango', A/P, signed lower right, 30 x 22 cm (image). Deborah Halpern (born 1957 in Melbourne) is an artist working in Victoria Australia, notable for her prominent and popular works of public Art. Halpern is a sculptor

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia, a glazed earthenware koala and joey, 10 cm high; a platypus bowl 10 cm wide; and a turtle, 8 cm wide, inscribed and print marks and labels (3)

An Australian stoneware ginger beer bottle by Jonathan Leak, circa 1820, the brown grey salt glaze impressed 'Leak', 18 cm high. Jonathan Leak was born in 1779 in Burslem, England. He was deported to Australia in 1819 on the charge of burglary. Governor La

Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia, a glazed earthenware ringtail possum leaping from a tree, 16 cm high; and a koala and joey, 10 cm high, both inscribed Darbyshire (2)

Janet Gray (John Barnard Knight, 1910-1993), a green glazed earthenware plate decorated with a lyre bird, inscribed Janet Gray Australia, 19 cm diameter. Notes: John Barnard Knight taught pottery at Royal Melbourne Technical College from 1934-1971. During

An Australian glazed earthenware koala, possibly by Darbyshire Pottery, Western Australia, 23 cm high. Reference: For similar figure see Australian Pottery of the 19th & early 20th century, by Marjorie Graham, Plate 26

Jeff Mincham, teapot, raku-fired earthenware with bamboo and rope handle, inscribed 'Mincham '90'. Height 14 cm. Diameter 29 cm. Provenance: Ceramics and Glass Circle of Australia, Second wave