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Blue Box with Trees 1927
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Blue box with trees Slab-built rectangular box & lid, with loop handle and on four squared feet. Decorated in dark brown/black slip with landscapes of low hills and water, large trees in the foreground, and four flying gulls to the lid, the whole on a deep blue ground. Signed & dated 1927 Size: 21.5 x 13cm Item #35 Clem Ainslie - Harvey School -...

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The Egyptian Vase 1927
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  The Egyptian Vase Slab-built, of tall Egyptian pylon form with flarred rim, on four angular feet. Slip-decorated in black on a mottled brown clay ground in the Egyptian style with continuous a freize of figures holding offerings, walking to the left through tall lotus blooms, the rim with a border of stylized flower heads. Signed & dated 1927. Size: 21cm high Item #19 Clem...

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The Egyptian Box 1927
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  The Egyptian Box Slab-built of pyramidal form, with flattend lid having flarring corners, on four angular feet. Slip-decorated in grey-blue on an opaque white ground in the Egyptian style with continuous a freize of figures holding offerings, walking to the left through tall lotus blooms, the lid with a border of stylized flower heads, the large knop modelled as a sphinx. Signed & dated...

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The Lions-head Fruitbowl 1927
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The Lions-head Fruitbowl Straight-sided vessel on four squared feet, the rim shaped to accommodate the decoration. Applied with two low relief fruiting vine  motifs flanked by the extraordinary lions head prontomes within squared spiral brackets, the foot beneath supporting a branching fish-tail that curves back up as a handle. Signed & dated 1927 Size: 23cm wide Item #32   ClemAinslie-HarveySchoolPotter-289 ClemAinslie-HarveySchoolPotter-292 ClemAinslie-HarveySchoolPotter-291 ClemAinslie-HarveySchoolPotter-290 ClemAinslie-HarveySchoolPotter-287...

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The Kookaburra Vase 1927
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  The Kookaburra Vase Large pinch-built vase with twin handles, on slightly spreading ring foot. Decorated in high relief with an almost life-size kookaburra, perched on a branch which continues to become one of the twig handles, with a catapillar moving away up the handle having caught the bird’s attention; the reverse with a spray of gumleaves and nuts, the rim also of twig...

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