Day 66: Premier Pottery Preston Remued Chamber Stick

Day 66: Today's piece is by Premier Pottery Preston. This chamber stick is unmarked but carries all the hallmarks of early Pamela/Remued of the early 1930s. I acquired this piece by happy accident and love it even more so because of it. Sometimes the story of how you got something is worth just as much or more than the piece it's self. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #Remued #RemuedPottery #PPP #PremierPottteryPreston #PamelaPottery #VICPottery #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 66: Today’s piece is by Premier Pottery Preston. This chamber stick is unmarked but carries all the hallmarks of early Pamela/Remued of the early 1930s. I acquired this piece by happy accident and love it even more so because of it. Sometimes the story of how you got something is worth just as much or more than the piece it’s self.

#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #Remued #RemuedPottery #PPP #PremierPottteryPreston #PamelaPottery #VICPottery #365DaysofAustralianPottery

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Posted: March 7th, 2016
at 8:32pm by Tim


Categories: 365 Days of Australian Pottery,Australian Pottery

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Day 65: Newtone Art Ware Basket Vase

Day 65: Today's piece is by Bakewell Bros from their Newtone Art Ware line circa 1930s. This piece is a rare Newtone shape and is in fact the only one I've seen before. The thin basket handle almost looks like it would break if you look at it too harshly which is possibly one of the reasons you don't see this shape about. If any collectors out there have one I'd love to see it. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #NSWPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #australianceramics #Newtone #NewtoneArtWare #NewtonePottery #BakewellBros #Bakewells #SydneyCeramics #SydneyPottery #Erskinville #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 65: Today’s piece is by Bakewell Bros from their Newtone Art Ware line circa 1930s. This piece is a rare Newtone shape and is in fact the only one I’ve seen before. The thin basket handle almost looks like it would break if you look at it too harshly which is possibly one of the reasons you don’t see this shape about. If any collectors out there have one I’d love to see it.

#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #NSWPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #australianceramics #Newtone #NewtoneArtWare #NewtonePottery #BakewellBros #Bakewells #SydneyCeramics #SydneyPottery #Erskinville #365DaysofAustralianPottery

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Posted: March 6th, 2016
at 9:12pm by Tim


Categories: 365 Days of Australian Pottery,Australian Pottery

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Day 64: Trent Art Ware Basket Vase

Day 64: Today's piece is by Bakewell Bros from their Trent Art Ware line. Not a shape you see often but as is often the case, if you see one you probably see another 2 or 3 in quick succession. Like some of Bakewells other shapes this one is probably a copy of an English made piece. Bakewells sold some of their moulds off in the early 1950s and this shape is one they sold to Diana so you will more commonly see their version of this vase around the shops. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #NSWPottery #NSWCeramics #BakewellBros #Bakewells #NewtonePottery #NewtoneArtWare #Newtone #TrentArtWare #australianceramics #SydneyPottery #SydneyCeramics #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 64: Today’s piece is by Bakewell Bros from their Trent Art Ware line. Not a shape you see often but as is often the case, if you see one you probably see another 2 or 3 in quick succession. Like some of Bakewells other shapes this one is probably a copy of an English made piece. Bakewells sold some of their moulds off in the early 1950s and this shape is one they sold to Diana so you will more commonly see their version of this vase around the shops.
#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #NSWPottery #NSWCeramics #BakewellBros #Bakewells #NewtonePottery #NewtoneArtWare #Newtone #TrentArtWare #australianceramics #SydneyPottery #SydneyCeramics #365DaysofAustralianPottery

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Posted: March 5th, 2016
at 7:51pm by Tim


Categories: 365 Days of Australian Pottery,Australian Pottery

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Day 63: Newtone Art Ware Vase

Day 64: Today's piece is by Bakewell Bros from their Newtone Art Ware line circa 1930s. Quite an odd decoration but one that pops up from time to time on a number of different shapes. I don't know if it's the most distinguished Newtone design but it's certainly a bit of fun. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #BakewellBros #Bakewells #NewtonePottery #NewtoneArtWare #Newtone #australianceramics #SydneyPottery #SydneyCeramics #NSWPottery #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 64: Today’s piece is by Bakewell Bros from their Newtone Art Ware line circa 1930s. Quite an odd decoration but one that pops up from time to time on a number of different shapes. I don’t know if it’s the most distinguished Newtone design but it’s certainly a bit of fun.

#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #BakewellBros #Bakewells #NewtonePottery #NewtoneArtWare #Newtone #australianceramics #SydneyPottery #SydneyCeramics #NSWPottery #365DaysofAustralianPottery

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Posted: March 4th, 2016
at 9:42pm by Tim


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Day 62: Mystery Tasmanian Vase

Day 62: Today's piece is another mystery Tasmanian piece. Unmarked but possibly by Van Diemen pottery circa late 1940s. The body is covered in an amazing red and yellow drip glaze with purple covering the base. It stands about 20cm high so not a small piece. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #TasmanianPottery #TasmanianCeramics #TasmanianArt #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #MyliePeppin #VanDiemen #VanDiemenPottery #RossClifford #365DaysofAustralianPottery #mapoftassie

Photo Caption: Day 62: Today’s piece is another mystery Tasmanian piece. Unmarked but possibly by Van Diemen pottery circa late 1940s. The body is covered in an amazing red and yellow drip glaze with purple covering the base. It stands about 20cm high so not a small piece.
#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #TasmanianPottery #TasmanianCeramics #TasmanianArt #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #MyliePeppin #VanDiemen #VanDiemenPottery #RossClifford #365DaysofAustralianPottery #mapoftassie

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Posted: March 3rd, 2016
at 9:05pm by Tim


Categories: 365 Days of Australian Pottery,Australian Pottery

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Day 61: Koala Pottery Miniature Jug

Day 61: Today's piece is a miniature jug made by NSW based pottery Koala. There are 2 Koala potteries listed in Geoff Fords pottery marks book. This is from the later post war pottery. This jug is a 1950s copy of an earlier jug probably made by the Fowler pottery although the Fowler jug might have been a copy of an English jug around the early 30s. Koala always surprises me. They were only a small pottery in Oyster Bay but they seemed to have produced an interesting aray of items and some absolute stand out pieces that would rival any of the best post war potteries. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #NSWPottery #NSWCeramics #AustralianCeramics #RetroPottery #MidCentury #KoalaPottery #Fowler #FowlerPottery #Jug #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 61: Today’s piece is a miniature jug made by NSW based pottery Koala. There are 2 Koala potteries listed in Geoff Fords pottery marks book. This is from the later post war pottery. This jug is a 1950s copy of an earlier jug probably made by the Fowler pottery although the Fowler jug might have been a copy of an English jug around the early 30s. Koala always surprises me. They were only a small pottery in Oyster Bay but they seemed to have produced an interesting array of items and some absolute stand out pieces that would rival any of the best post war potteries.

#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #NSWPottery #NSWCeramics #AustralianCeramics #RetroPottery #MidCentury #KoalaPottery #Fowler #FowlerPottery #Jug #365DaysofAustralianPottery

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Posted: March 2nd, 2016
at 8:45pm by Tim


Categories: 365 Days of Australian Pottery,Australian Pottery

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Day 60: Cynthia Mitchell Owl Whistle

Day 60: Today's piece is another Owl. This time by my fav Tasmanian potter Cynthia Mitchell. This Owl hides a little secret which you only really notice when you turn him round. He is a whistle (or ocarina). One of 10 different whistles I have by Cynthia. I'm guessing there has to be at least one more as I don't have a Tassie Devil which she would have had to have made! #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #TasmanianPottery #TasmanianCeramics #TasmanianArt #Owl #Owls #CynthiaMitchell #SadlersCourtGalleryRichmond #sadlerscourt #Ocarina #Whistle #RetroPottery #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 60: Today’s piece is another Owl. This time by my fav Tasmanian potter Cynthia Mitchell. This Owl hides a little secret which you only really notice when you turn him round. He is a whistle (or ocarina). One of 10 different whistles I have by Cynthia. I’m guessing there has to be at least one more as I don’t have a Tassie Devil which she would have had to have made!

#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #TasmanianPottery #TasmanianCeramics #TasmanianArt #Owl #Owls #CynthiaMitchell #SadlersCourtGalleryRichmond #sadlerscourt #Ocarina #Whistle #RetroPottery
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Posted: March 1st, 2016
at 8:02pm by Tim


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Day 59: Vladimir Tichy Owl Bookends

Day 59: Today's piece is by Sydney based architectural ceramic artist Vladimir Tichy circa 1973. Purchased locally a few years back now I can only guess that Tichy held an exhibition at the opening of Wrest Point casino and these and a few others I own came from that exhibition. To say these pieces are substantial is an understatement. Each is about 3/4 the size of a house brick and just as heavy. My partner spotted and purchased these at auction and I have to say she has good taste. They would have to be at the top of my favs list when it comes to the modern studio pottery we have here. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #AustralianArt #AustralianStudioCeramics #ArchitecturalPottery #ArchitecturalCeramics #VladimirTichy #DybkaTichyStudio #australianceramics #SydneyPottery #Owls #Owl #SydneyCeramics #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 59: Today’s piece is by Sydney based architectural ceramic artist Vladimir Tichy circa 1973. Purchased locally a few years back now I can only guess that Tichy held an exhibition at the opening of Wrest Point casino and these and a few others I own came from that exhibition. To say these pieces are substantial is an understatement. Each is about 3/4 the size of a house brick and just as heavy. My partner spotted and purchased these at auction and I have to say she has good taste. They would have to be at the top of my favs list when it comes to the modern studio pottery we have here.

#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #AustralianArt #AustralianStudioCeramics #ArchitecturalPottery #ArchitecturalCeramics #VladimirTichy #DybkaTichyStudio #australianceramics #SydneyPottery #Owls #Owl #SydneyCeramics #365DaysofAustralianPottery

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Posted: February 29th, 2016
at 7:21pm by Tim


Categories: 365 Days of Australian Pottery,Australian Pottery

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Day 58: Trent Art Ware Koala

Day 58: Today's piece is by Bakewell Bros from their Trent Art Ware line. This hand painted Koala is one of a number of figural pieces produced by Bakewells, very few of which have a pattern number impressed on the base. It's not clear to me if these animal figures sit outside the 600 or so regular pattern numbers in the Newtone/Trent line or if they just failed to number most of their figures. If you have a figural Newtone or Trent piece with a pattern number I'd love to hear from you. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #BakewellBros #Bakewells #NewtonePottery #NewtoneArtWare #Newtone #TrentArtWare #Koala #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 58: Today’s piece is by Bakewell Bros from their Trent Art Ware line. This hand painted Koala is one of a number of figural pieces produced by Bakewells, very few of which have a pattern number impressed on the base. It’s not clear to me if these animal figures sit outside the 600 or so regular pattern numbers in the Newtone/Trent line or if they just failed to number most of their figures. If you have a figural Newtone or Trent piece with a pattern number I’d love to hear from you.
#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #BakewellBros #Bakewells #NewtonePottery #NewtoneArtWare #Newtone #TrentArtWare #Koala #365DaysofAustralianPottery

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Posted: February 28th, 2016
at 9:33pm by Tim


Categories: 365 Days of Australian Pottery,Australian Pottery

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Day 57: Darbyshire Pig S&P Set

Day 57: Today's piece is a pair of Pig salt and pepper shakers by the Darbyshire Pottery at Innaloo just outside Perth Western Australia. Unmarked, except for the distinctive diamond arrangement of the holes on the pepper shaker. #AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #australianceramics #DarbyshirePottery #JeanDarbyshire #WACeramics #Darbyshire #365DaysofAustralianPottery

Photo Caption: Day 57: Today’s piece is a pair of Pig salt and pepper shakers by the Darbyshire Pottery at Innaloo just outside Perth Western Australia. Unmarked, except for the distinctive diamond arrangement of the holes on the pepper shaker.
#AustralianPottery #AustralianArtPottery #Pottery #Ceramics #instapottery #AustralianDesign #australianceramics #DarbyshirePottery #JeanDarbyshire #WACeramics #Darbyshire #365DaysofAustralianPottery

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Posted: February 27th, 2016
at 8:58pm by Tim


Categories: 365 Days of Australian Pottery,Australian Pottery

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