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Signed & dated 1934
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McHugh Pottery 1930s signed VASE
Bendigo Pottery is Australia’s oldest working pottery. It was fouded by a Scottish settler in the 1850s.
Frank Gill (1934-69)
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Martin Boyd Pottery was a Sydney-based commercial pottery set up by Guy Boyd with partners Norma and Leonard Flegg in 1946.
The Diana Pottery Pty. Ltd. was established at Marrickville, New South Wales in 1941, and was the most popular Australian ceramics manufacturer between the 1940s and the 1960s. They are well known for slip-ware, kitchenware, hand-painted pottery & ovenware.
The founder and first owner was Florence Williams. Between 1934 and 1948 she made the highly collectable gumnut pieces. In 1954 Florence Williams sold the company to HAP Insulators, whose owners were Harves, Archer and Pitcher. The factory produced a wide range of domestic pots, both slipware and wheel-thrown.
Wembley Ware was the trade name given to a range of ceramic figurines and functional items produced between 1946 and 1961 in Perth, Western Australia by H. L. Brisbane and Wunderlich Ltd., whose primary business was the production of baked clay tiles and earthenware items.
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A scarce & short-lived Tasmanian pottery
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