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Lot Number: 31
MARIANNE DE TREY (1913-2016) for Shinners Bridge Pottery; a large stoneware tankard, impressed shell mark, height 14cm, and a pot and mug by Colin Kellam (3). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 20 - 30

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Tiny glaze chip to Kellam pot rim, otherwise appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 32
MARIANNE DE TREY (1913-2016) for Shinners Bridge Pottery; a porcelain bowl with altered rim covered in off white glaze with iron trailing and green spots, impressed mark, diameter 16.5cm, and another de Trey porcelain bowl (af) and a stoneware bowl, probably Dartington Pottery but with C mark (3). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 70 - 100

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Lot Number 32
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Second de Trey bowl has large reglued piece to rim/body, otherwise the other bowls appears good with no further obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 33
AGNETE HOY (1914-2000) for Bullers; a porcelain bowl and dish, incised AH and pottery marks, largest diameter 15cm (2). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 25 - 35

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Appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 34
RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a stoneware jug covered in tenmoku breaking to khaki glaze, impressed WP. mark, height 28cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 60 - 80

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Appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 35
RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a stoneware tea bowl, impressed WP. mark, height 7cm, and a pair of side plates with brush decoration by Trudi Finch (3). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 40

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Appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 36
SIDNEY TUSTIN (1914-2005) for Winchcombe Pottery; a set of six stoneware lidded soup bowls, impressed ST and pottery marks, diameters 14.5cm (including side handles) (6). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 40

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Chip to underside rim of one lid, otherwise appears good with no further obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 37
WINCHCOMBE POTTERY; an unusual stoneware teapot and strainer covered in iron rich glaze, impressed pottery mark, height 28.5cm.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Small glaze flake to spout and hairline to base, otherwise appears good with no further obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration.

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Lot Number: 38
ROBERT FOURNIER (1915-2008); a stoneware water garden/crater bowl, turquoise and mottled brown glazes, impressed RF mark, diameter 25.5cm. (D) Provenance: The Doreen and John Roberts Collection, purchased from The Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool, 1978.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 100

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Lot Number 38
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Tiny glaze flake to underside of rim, otherwise appears good with no further obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 39
ADAM DWORSKI (1917-2011); a stoneware sculpture of a boat surmounted by castellated buildings, impressed AD mark, length 23cm, and a small Andrew Richardson salt glazed castellated house (2). (D) Provenance: The Doreen and John Roberts Collection, purchased from The Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool, 1977.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 50 - 70

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Appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 40
BJORN WIINBLAD (1918-2006); a monumental blue and white tin glazed earthenware candelabrum in the form of a rider on a galloping horse, the horseman's outstretched arms as well as his hat have receptacles for holding candles, painted initials, design number and date of 1963, height 63cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 150 - 250

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An area towards the top of one of the front legs appears to have been re-sprayed possibly to mask earlier restoration, nibbles to a couple of hooves and a short tight hairline to one of the candle holders, otherwise appears good with no further obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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