Auction 101 - A Major 2 day Antique Bottle & Pottery Auction

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Day 1 - 'Quality Antique Bottles, Pot Lids & Stoneware'

Saturday 28th November 2020
Lots 1 - 350

Day 2 - 'Australiana & Pottery'

Sunday 29th November 2020
Lots 351 - 514

Lot: 401

Marguerite Mahood Bowl - incised 'Marguerite Mahood PTT19' to base - perfectly wheel thrown double wall bowl on 4 feet - intricately carved and perforated decoration - a washed pink and cream glaze - a magnificent example of this artist's work - 10.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 800.00-1200.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 402

Violet Mace Vase - incised 'Violet Mace, 1929, Bothwell, Tasmania' to base - simple squat wheel thrown vase with mottled blue glaze exterior & a yellow drip glaze interior - Mace's work is rare & desirable - 6.5cm tall X 11.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 350.00-400.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 403

James Campbell Jardiniere - u/m but easily attributable - a very large ball shaped jardiniere with a scalloped rim. Heavily embossed with floral and leaf decoration finished in an attractive high-gloss Rockingham glaze. Great condition - 22.5cm tall X 28cm diam

Min/Max estimate: 350.00-450.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 404

James Campbell Jardiniere on Stand - u/m but easily attributable - jardiniere has premier fern pattern decoration & applied grotesque faces - base has incised floral decoration. Both in a green & yellow drip glaze, base has brown highlights. Overall condition is good, but there is some discoloured crazing, glaze chipping to extremities & manufacturing flaws - originally 2 piece, this item has been joined together many years ago - 50cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 1250.00-1500.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 405

John Campbell Jardiniere - imp 'Campbell * Brisbane' to base - medium ball shaped jardiniere with flared rim & embossed floral/leaf decoration - maroon & green glaze on cream. A patch of glaze deterioration to shoulder, 75mm X 15mm & some minor glaze flakes to lip rim - most attractive - 18cm tall X 23cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 325.00-375.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 406

Lithgow Jelly Mould - imp. 'Lithgow' to base - large Rockingham glaze jelly mould in arcaded design - some old flakes to rim, but generally very good - 12cm tall X 21cm long

Min/Max estimate: 125.00-150.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 407

Agnew Bread Plate - u/m but easily attributable - a magnificent large leaf plate - embossed 'Give us this Day our Daily Bread' with wheat sheaves - a stunning multicoloured glaze in blue, green, yellow & white on brown. Superb condition with some very minor scuffs & marks - 28cm wide X 32cm long

Min/Max estimate: 2250.00-2750.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 408

Lithgow Jelly Mould - imp. 'Lithgow' to base - large honey glaze mould in arcaded design - lovely condition, but has 2 fine 70mm hairlines emanating from rim down body - 11cm tall X 21cm long

Min/Max estimate: 125.00-150.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 409

Carnival Glass Master Bowl - black iridescent - featuring two kiwis and fern leaf design - magnificent condition & a colourful lustre - extremely rare - 25cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 3250.00-3750.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 410

Carnival Glass Master Bowl - black iridescent - kangaroo design with gum trees - another excellent example with vibrant iridescence & gloss - 24.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 250.00-300.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 411

Carnival Glass Master Bowl - black iridescent - shrike design surrounded by wattle - some very minor internal wear - very well embossed - 24.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 200.00-250.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 412

Carnival Glass Master Bowl - marigold - swan design surrounded by floral decoration - some very minor internal wear & marks - 23.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 175.00-225.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 413

Carnival Glass Master Bowl - black iridescent - magpie design surrounded by flannel flowers - strong iridescence with only minor marks - 25cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 200.00-250.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 414

Carnival Glass Master Bowl - black iridescent - kingfisher design surrounded by gum leaves - good strong iridescence with only minor marks - 23.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 200.00-250.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 415

Carnival Glass Master Bowl - black iridescent - kookaburra design flanked by two waratahs - some very minor marks, needs a clean - a scarce variety - 23.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 300.00-350.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 416

Carnival Glass Nappy Bowl - marigold - kangaroo design surrounded by gum trees - a minute 1mm impact to rim - 13cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 75.00-100.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 417

Carnival Glass Nappy Bowl - marigold - shrike design surrounded by wattle - some roughness to base edge in manufacture - 13.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 75.00-100.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 418

Carnival Glass Nappy Bowl - black iridescent - kookaburra design flanked by waratahs - a scarce variety - great lustre but has a 20mm chip to side rim - 13cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 50.00-75.00

Condition: Repaired

Lot: 419

Doulton Commemorative Jug - commemorating the 'Sesqui-Centenary of Settlement in New South Wales & The City of Sydney' - Royal Doulton only made 350 of these in 1938, and this is numbered 181 - a truly magnificent multicoloured ceramic jug with stylised tree trunk handle & embossed decoration featuring the ship 'Sirius' and Captain Cook toasting his colleagues - beautiful artwork by 'Noke' and magnificent condition

Min/Max estimate: 2250.00-2750.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 420

Centenary Cabinet Plate - u/m European ceramic featuring the Australian Coat of Arms - 'Advance Australia, New South Wales Centennial, 1888' to centre with a multicoloured floral design - some wear to artwork & gold bands - 21cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 125.00-150.00

Condition: Fair

Lot: 421

Dinner Gong - imp. 'Walker & Hall, Sheffield' to base - EPNS hanging dinner gong with wooden end hammer featuring a kangaroo and an Aborigine (implement in right hand is missing) - an unusual early piece in good original condition - 25cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 422

King Plate - a huge brass crescent shaped breast plate with finely engraved decoration - 'Malcolm, King of Smithbourn' - flanked with kangaroo & emu with crossed spears under name - old brass toilet chain appears to be original. This is an important king plate from the Normanton region & in superb original burnished condition - 31cm wide X 21cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 7500.00-10000.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 423

Plaster Advertising Chemist Counter Top Stand - a well modelled shop counter stand featuring a koala on a tree trunk & provision for 2 hair bottles - 'Spruso, For the Hair' - original burnished gold finish with black highlights - a wonderful piece of Australiana advertising in excellent condition - 24cm tall X 24.5cm wide

Min/Max estimate: 325.00-375.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 424

MCP Wall Pocket - moulded mark to reverse - an attractive slip-cast wall pocket featuring a lyrebird in a green and yellow drip glaze - superb condition - 24cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 125.00-150.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 425

Pottery Reference Book - 'Australian Pottery, The First 100 Years' by Geoff Ford, 1995' - this comprehensive, state by state reference book is a must for all pottery collectors

Min/Max estimate: 125.00-150.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 426

Pokerwork Fire Screen - English oak frame on feet with barley twist columns - central panel features highly detailed pyrography featuring 3 kookaburras in amongst gum branches - original condition with some surface crazing & minor marks - a spectacular example of Australian Arts & Crafts - the best we have seen! - 70cm wide & 83.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 600.00-800.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 427

Stones 'With Compliments' Jug - imp. 'Bristol Pottery, Brisbane' to base - attractive wheel thrown jug with handle, coggle decoration & applied slab seal - 'Scott Bros, Merchants, Nanango' - a typical 'Stones' mulberry glaze with some internal stain, body wear & some shallow chipping to spout - extremely rare & early

Min/Max estimate: 350.00-450.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 428

Stones 'With Compliments' Jug - u/m all white jug with a greyhound handle & black transfer - 'With Compliments from P.C. Sutton, Howard & Torbanlea' - very clean with 2 fine 50mm hairlines emanating from rim - 13cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 429

Stones Kangaroo Teapot - u/m but easily attributable - rich mulberry glaze - iconic figural teapot in the form of a kangaroo with a snail knob to lid - rare original kangaroo teapot - lower section of mouth has been competently restored and a 10mm chip to the inner lip rim interior, under lid has been retouched, amazing condition - 14cm tall X 22cm long

Min/Max estimate: 2250.00-2750.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 430

Stones Advertising Water Jug - all white jug with blue glaze greyhound handle & black transfer - 'Highland Nectar Scotch Whisky' - heavy glaze discolouration with 3 fine hairlines, 25mm - 50mm emanating from rim - most unusual, and not one we have seen before - would clean considerably - 11.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 175.00-225.00

Condition: Fair

Lot: 431

Stones 'With Compliments' Jug - all white squat tapered jug with black transfer - '1939, With Compliments from D. Quinn, 238 Old Cleveland Rd. Coorparoo' - very clean but has 2 shallow chips to underside of base edge & a fine 80mm hairline emanating from impact to rear lip rim - another we have not seen before - 10cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 432

Stones Souvenir Potty - u/m but easily attributed - white glaze & black transfer - 'Souvenir of The Brisbane Exhibition, 1935' & 'Super Receiver' to reverse, 9.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 200.00-250.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 433

Stones Egg Cup & Napkin Ring - u/m but easily attributed - both are white glaze with black transfer - 'Souvenir of the Brisbane Show, 1935' - egg cup has had some damage but professional restoration makes it impossible to detect - 2 interesting & rare 'Stones' pieces

Min/Max estimate: 125.00-175.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 434

Harvey School Vase - incised 'R.J.G. 1929' to base - a robust handbuilt double handled vase with carved decoration featuring grotesques to each side - a blue, mulberry & white drip glaze - some restoration to base edge & handles - this is a rare work by male artist 'R.J. Gilbert' - 17.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 200.00-250.00

Condition: Repaired

Lot: 435

Harvey School Jug - incised 'B. McD, 1924' to base - attractive handbuilt jug with wide base, flared rim and handle - carved decoration of kookaburra on a branch in a soft pink washed glaze, reminiscent of Warwick Technical College - a number of small glaze flakes and chips to rim, and one to side of handle - 14.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 150.00-200.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 436

Harvey School Vase - illegible initials to base - handbuilt, ball shaped vase with flared rim & carved grape/vine decoration - olive green on a pale green background - most appealing, 14.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 250.00-300.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 437

Harvey School Vase - incised 'A. Filer' - an attractive tapered slab built vase in a rich multicoloured glaze of blue, green, pink & brown - some small glaze nibbles to sharp base edge - great colour - 16cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 200.00-250.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 438

Harvey School Vase - 'M. Macdonald, Q' to base - a wonderful ball shaped vase with applied gumnut and leaf decoration and featuring a green tree frog chasing a beetle. One of the frog's legs has been broken & cleanly reglued - a wonderful example by this celebrated Harvey School artist - 14cm tall X 15cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 750.00-1000.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 439

Harvey School Bowl - incised 'D.H.' (Dorothy Harvey) 1939' to base - handbuilt circular and footed bowl with carved decoration of grape leaves and grapes - green & mulberry glaze on brown - minor marks & a shallow 10mm X 5mm chip to outer rim - 22cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 200.00-250.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 440

Harvey School Desk Companion - incised 'E. Hayes, 1938' to base - a sensational slab built ink well stand with incised & pierced scroll decoration with petalled daisy motif - a stunning multicoloured glaze on brown - complete with glass inkwells - it also features a dedication to her late husband Frederick Hayes - museum quality, one of the best examples we have offered. As featured on page 229 of 'With Heart & Hand, Art Pottery in Queensland, Griffith University Art Museum' - 15cm X 30cm X 16cm

Min/Max estimate: 1750.00-2250.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 441

Harvey School Vase - incised 'M.M' (Mary Macdonald), 1932 Q' to base - an attractive handbuilt vase on 4 feet with a flared rim - hand painted Art Deco style artwork featuring branches & leaves - some of the dark glaze has become milky from firing - 12.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 275.00-325.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 442

Harvey School Lidded Bowl - incised 'BLE' (Billie L'Estrange) 1932, Q' to base - magnificent slab built hexagonal shape with carved foliage motifs and a beetle as lid knob - an attractive brown and cream glaze - beautifully made - 11.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 443

Harvey School Vase - attractive ovoid vase with a cobalt blue glaze & Egyptian banded decoration to shoulder in turquoise & chocolate brown - illegible signature to base but very reminiscent of 'Bessie Devereux' - wonderful condition with clay pulls to underside of base edge & a very fine 10mm hairline emanating from lip rim towards shoulder - 11.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 300.00-400.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 444

Group Lot - 'Hustwit School' lamps X 3 - all have electrical fittings, PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 445

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' vases X 3 - various artists - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 446

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' bowls & vase - various artists - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 447

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery, various items and artists - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 448

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery items - various artists - PICK UP ONLY

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Lot: 449

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery items - various artists - PICK UP ONLY

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Lot: 450

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery items - various artists - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 451

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery items - various items & artists - PICK UP ONLY

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Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 452

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery items - various items & artists - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 453

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery items - various items & artists - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 454

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery items - various items & artists - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 455

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' jugs - signed 'B. Rutherford' - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 456

Group Lot - 'Harvey School' pottery items - various items and artists - PICK UP ONLY

Min/Max estimate: 0.00-0.00

Condition: Not Applicable

Lot: 457

Convict Era Lidded Cannister - imp. 'Leak' to side base edge - a stunning large cylindrical wheel thrown cannister with matching knobbed lid - featuring heavy coggle decoration - remarkable condition with no major chips or cracks, but 200 years of wear under lid. This is an extremely rare & important piece of Australian history - made by convict potter Jonathan Leak in Sydney, mid 1820s. A true museum piece - 25cm tall X 18.5cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 15000.00-20000.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 458

Fensom Lidded Jar - imp. 'D. Fensom, Queensland Pottery, South Brisbane' - large wheel thrown lidded jar in a dark salt glaze with coggle decoration to shoulder & flared rim. Excellent condition with some tiny nibbles to inner rim interior under lid. Original matching lid has numerous old nibbles to edge & knob - 24cm tall X 23cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 600.00-800.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 459

Water Filter - 2 gallon salt glaze with applied handles, ribbons & Coat of Arms decoration - 'J.G. Holt's Pure Carbon Water Filter, Melbourne - u/m but attributed to 'Dahlkes Pottery' - a large section of the rear rim & body has been broken & reglued - 170mm X 130mm. Otherwise very clean, but no lid - 40cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 325.00-375.00

Condition: Fair

Lot: 460

Rogers Lidded Jar - imp. 'Rogers & Co Makers' (Ipswich) - No. 2 size cylindrical jar with applied handles & coggle decoration - superb condition with minor marks & a 3mm flake to rear shoulder, no lid - 18cm tall X 16cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 350.00-450.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 461

Early Field Bung Jar - imp 'T* Field Potter, Sydney' to side shoulder - an impressive urn shaped vessel with rolled lip & two tone salt glaze - 60mm X 15mm chip to rim with a 90mm hairline emanating from it. Also, a 60mm diameter hole has been deliberately drilled to base - wonderful & crude with other spidered hairlines to rear shoulder, old stress lines & crazing - 34cm tall X 28cm diameter - another important piece of early Australian Pottery

Min/Max estimate: 3500.00-4500.00

Condition: Fair

Lot: 462

Port Arthur Wall Planter - imp. 'Port Arthur' to wall mount - made from half a flower pot with grape and vine motif. then attached to the wall mount in manufacture - base of flower pot is original and scalloped but to each side of the base edge is a missing wing or scroll. Some old wear & flakes to flower pot rim - a rare early piece of James Price's Pottery - 28cm tall X 21cm wide X 12cm deep

Min/Max estimate: 750.00-1000.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 463

Port Arthur Bowl - incised 'Port Arthur' to base - early unglazed biscuit flared rim bowl on footed base - some old wear & a shallow chip to base edge - 10cm diameter X 10cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 464

Convict Era Spruce Bottle - u/m but attributed to Leak - wonderfully crude wheel thrown bottle with grey & orange salt glaze & almost a pouring spout - some old chips to base edge, but overall in lovely condition - 17cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 500.00-600.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 465

Convict Era Spruce Bottle - imp. 'Leak' to shoulder - a crude, banded orange salt glaze with kiln kisses to shoulder & blob top, glaze wear, old chips to base edge & a very fine 70mm hairline to rear body - wonderfully crude & full of character - 17cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 2000.00-2500.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 466

Large Convict Era Spruce Bottle - imp. 'Fowler' to side base edge & 'J. Montogue' to shoulder - wonderfully crude & crooked with fine spider hairlines to lower & rear body. An exceptionally rare & unique piece of convict era pottery made for 'J. Montogue', a publican in the Windsor NSW region in the 1830s. This particular item was dug out of a well in Grafton NSW in the late 1970s - 23cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 12000.00-15000.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 467

Convict Era Spruce Bottle - u/m but attributed to Moreton - small fine wheel thrown bottle with a very distinct lip and a grey/orange salt glaze - superb condition with a very shallow chip to underside of base edge - 15.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 600.00-800.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 468

Convict Era Spruce Bottle - imp. 'C. Dunn' to lower side body - perfectly wheel thrown spruce bottle in a uniform grey glaze with some old clay pulls to base edge & a kiln kiss to side shoulder - Charles Dunn was a brewer in Sydney in the late 1830s & most of his bottles were made by potter 'Gilbert McArthur' - a superb example - 17.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 1500.00-2000.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 469

Convict Era Spruce Bottle - imp. 'E. Fowler, Sydney' with figure 8 symbol to shoulder - magnificent banded grey salt glaze with some makers imperfections, but superb condition. A beauty! 17.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 1000.00-1250.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 470

Convict Era Spruce Bottle - imp. 'Fowler' - a stunning high gloss grey and orange glaze in remarkable condition with some tiny nibbles to base edge - one of Fowler's earliest stamps with individual letter stamps in a straight line - absolutely magnificent - 17cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 1250.00-1500.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 471

Colonial Money Box - u/m but attributed to 'Bendigo Pottery' - ovoid shape money box with fancy finial atop - coin slot to shoulder and initials 'ERS' to side body - an old shallow 10mm chip near coin slot & a 15mm U shaped hairline near base edge is probably from manufacture. A stunning glaze, 18.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 472

Majolica Hot Water Jug - u/m attributed to 'Rogers, Ipswich' - banded barrel shape jug with handle, pouring spout and matching lid in a majolica glaze of blue, green & brown on cream - a couple of old nibbles to lip rim interior & a tiny 5mm hairline to rim under lid - remarkable condition & stunning colours

Min/Max estimate: 2250.00-2750.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 473

Majolica Vase - u/m but attributed to 'James Campbell, Brisbane' - tall tapered vase on a round foot with flared rim - magnificent multicoloured majolica glaze in green, blue & brown - a manufacturing flaw to base edge & a fine 20mm U shaped hairline to lip rim. Also, a 20mm X 5mm chip to side base edge has been retouched. Stunning - 23cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 400.00-500.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 474

Majolica Spittoon - u/m but attributed to 'Rogers Pottery, Ipswich' - round spittoon with embossed decoration of shells to rim in a stunning multicoloured majolica glaze in greens, blues & browns with some manufacturing flaws & minor marks - 17cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 600.00-800.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 475

Majolica Mercury Pot - u/m but probably 'James Campbell, Brisbane' - tapered mercury pot shape with a flared rim & multicoloured glaze in blue green & brown - 10cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 175.00-225.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 476

Pair of Majolica Shoes - u/m but attributed to 'Rogers, Ipswich' - a beautiful pair of period style heeled shoes in a multicoloured majolica glaze of royal blue, pale blue & brown - stunning condition & vibrant colours - 10cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 350.00-450.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 477

Lithgow Shaving Pot - u/m but easily attributed - an extremely rare handled conical shaving pot in a rich majolica glaze with heavy coggle decoration. As illustrated on the front cover of Ian Evans' 'The Lithgow Pottery' book (1980) - superb condition with some clay pulls to base edge - 16cm tall & 12cm base diameter

Min/Max estimate: 3250.00-3750.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 478

Pair of Remued Candlesticks - one has original foil sticker - a very rare & unique Art Deco shaped candle holders in a speckled fawn glaze - first pair we have seen - extremely rare - 11cm tall X 18cm wide

Min/Max estimate: 250.00-350.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 479

Remued Vase - incised 'Remued' to base - tall, cylindrical vase with flared base, stylised branch handle, applied gum leaf & nuts - stunning pink, yellow & brown drip glaze on blue - some crazing & minor marks - there may have been some base edge damage but restoration is so good we cannot detect - 15.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 400.00-500.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 480

Remued Vase - incised 'Remued' to base - small cylindrical vase with applied branch, gum leaves & nuts - brown drip glaze on a blue background - unusual & attractive - 10.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 481

Pamela Jug - incised 'Pamela, Hand Made' to base - glorious ball shaped jug with stylised branch handle, applied gum leaf & nut - a rich turquoise & pink drip glaze on royal blue - a tiny 3mm X 1mm flake to rear base edge - Pamela pottery is hard to find - 12.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 750.00-1000.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 482

Pamela Vase - incised 'Pamela 1934' to base - fine cylindrical vase with flared rim with green & yellow drip glaze on a dark pink - stunning colours - 10cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 483

Remued Vase - hand signed 'Remued' to base? - tall, cylindrical vase with flared base, stylised branch handle, applied gum leaf & nut - a stunning deep pink glaze on lime green - 35mm X 10mm chip to rear base edge - beautiful colour combination - 16.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 325.00-375.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 484

Hatton Beck Vase - incised 'H. Beck' to base - interesting wheel thrown ball shape vase with a raw raku style glaze & hand painted abstract decoration - has fine 10mm hairline emanating from lip rim -15.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 175.00-225.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 485

Martin Boyd Lidded Jar - incised 'Martin Boyd, Australia' to base - a perfectly wheel thrown terracotta vase with abstract multicoloured Aboriginal motifs - some crazing & surface marks - complete with original matching lid - unusual & attractive - 21cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 325.00-375.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 486

Guy Boyd Lidded Jar - incised 'Guy Boyd' to base - attractive ovoid jar with matching knobbed lid - a stunning hand painted rural scene featuring a large gum tree - some staining & glaze discolouration to upper right hand side - 16.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 125.00-150.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 487

Merric Boyd Vase - incised 'Hand Craft, Boyd, 1921' to base - simple conical vase with an oversized flared rim. An unusual blue & lime green drip glaze - simple, but very pleasant - 10.5cm tall with a 11.5cm base diameter

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 488

McHugh Face Jug - incised 'McHugh, Tasmania' to base - an attractive slip-cast face jug with handle - orange & yellow drip glaze on green with blue highlights - rare - 13.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 300.00-350.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 489

Flora Landells Handled Mug - incised 'Landells, Perth' to base - oversized wheel thrown mug with large handle - superb, carved decoration of grass trees in a landscape scene with initials 'H.C.L.G' to reverse side - this was a commission made for Landell's first exhibition and dedicated to Harry Cameron, Lochiel Gardiner'. An attractive multicoloured glaze and a great example of her work - 11cm tall X 12cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 400.00-500.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 490

Loma Lautour Mask - fantastic hand built wall mask - abstract design with open eyes, nose & mouth & oversized earrings - an unusual speckled salt glaze - one ear with earring attached has been broken off and crudely reglued - 26cm tall X 27cm wide

Min/Max estimate: 800.00-1200.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 491

Loma Lautour Bust - u/m but purchased from an early Brisbane exhibition - a magnificent handbuilt bust of Jean (which is incised to back, but very difficult to read). Featuring a stunning mustard and rich cobalt blue glaze. A superb piece of her work - 22.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 1250.00-1500.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 492

Loma Lautour Figurine - incised 'Loma Latour, Q, 195_?' - an exceptional figurine showcasing this artist's superb skills - featuring a beautifully sculpted dog laying flat on a stepped plinth base - brown mottled glaze on deep maroon - another unique & outstanding piece from the period when Lautour was exhibiting in Brisbane - superb condition - 32.5cm long X 14cm wide X 12.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 2250.00-2750.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 493

Pair of Hand Built Jugs - both are interesting hand built jugs with stylised branch handles & hand painted decoration - smaller variety is signed 'M. Laugher' with a shallow 5mm chip to base edge, 7cm tall. Other is incised 'M.R. Richardson, April 42' to the base with a fine 20mm hairline emanating from rim - 8cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 150.00-200.00

Condition: Good

Lot: 494

Mitchell School Divided Bowl - incised 'A.M. Lewis' to base - an unusual hand built divided bowl on feet - profusely applied with gum leaves and gum nuts in a green & blue drip glaze - some internal wear but a lovely example by one of Annie Mitchell's students. 16.5cm diameter X 10cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 275.00-325.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 495

Louise Taylor Mushroom with Frog - u/m but easily attributable - a very large hand built mushroom shaped dish in a soft pink and white glaze with a spotted green frog atop - most attractive - some crazing & a fine 20mm glaze line from side rim - 13cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 225.00-275.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 496

Louise Taylor Dishes X 2 - both incised 'L. Taylor' to bases - one is a hand built mushroom in a soft pink and white glaze, 7.5cm diameter & a hand built tray in green glaze with 3 mushrooms growing atop, 14cm X 9cm diameter

Min/Max estimate: 150.00-200.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 497

Harry Lindeman Bowl - incised 'Lindeman' to base - a finely hand thrown squat vase with flared rim - beautiful hand painted decoration featuring gum leaves in a yellow, pink & mauve glaze on purple & blue - a really stunning example of this master's work - very minor marks - 12cm diameter X 6cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 800.00-1200.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 498

McCredie Frog - incised 'McCredie, NSW' to base - a very attractive slip cast frog sitting on a rock in a soft green & yellow drip glaze - some crazing & minor marks - 9.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 425.00-475.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 499

Philippa James Vase - incised 'Philippa James' to base - small ball shaped vase with rolled rim & applied gumnut decoration - exterior glazes are unusual earth tones - inside is bright blue. An attractive little piece of this artists work - 6.5cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 325.00-375.00

Condition: Very Good

Lot: 500

Harvey School Vase - incised 'F. Archer, 1935' to vase - large, tall ovoid hand built base with applied grape vine & grape decoration to shoulder - green & mulberry drip glaze on brown - a fine hairline emanating from rim, 160mm down body. Great colours - 22cm tall

Min/Max estimate: 400.00-500.00

Condition: Good