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Lot Number: 41
RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a large stoneware plate covered in iron rich and mottled green glaze, impressed WP. mark, diameter 36cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 150 - 200

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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: 42
RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a large stoneware plate covered in iron rich glaze, impressed WP. mark and pottery label, diameter 31.5cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 70 - 100

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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: 43
CHARLES TUSTIN (1922-1996) for Winchcombe Pottery; a pair of slipware covered soups, impressed CT and pottery marks, diameters (including handles) 13-13.5cm (2). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 20 - 30

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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: 44
WINCHCOMBE POTTERY; a stoneware casserole, height 16cm; together with a cheese dome and lidded pot probably by David Eeles and a dish with abstract pattern by another hand (4).
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 40

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Appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration.

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Lot Number: 45
ROBERT FOURNIER (1915-2008); a stoneware pebble vase, impressed RF mark, height 17.5cm. (D) Provenance: Purchased from The Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-upon-Avon.
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: 46
ROBERT FOURNIER (1915-2008) & SHEILA FOURNIER (1930-2001); a square earthenware ashtray with pierced sides, impressed RF and SF marks, 10 x 10cm; together with a pair of Robin Welch footed beakers (3). (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: 47
GEOFFREY WHITING (1919-1988) for Avoncroft Pottery; a small stoneware teapot covered in a mottled dark green glaze, impressed GW and pottery marks, height 11cm (af); together with three further teapots by John Jelfs, Winchcombe Pottery and another hand (4). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 60 - 90

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Whiting teapot has repairs to the handle and lid and small chip to spout, 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: 48
GEOFFREY WHITING (1919-1988) for Avoncroft Pottery; a stoneware jug covered in green glaze, impressed GW and pottery marks, height 26.5cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 100 - 150

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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: 49
HANS COPER (1920-1981); two small cylindrical vessels, incised test numbers for colour and glaze, height 10cm; together with a certificate of authenticity. (D) Coper and the sculptor John W Mills (with whom Coper shared a studio at Digswell House) used these when casting one of Coper's large ceramic pieces. Literature: Tony Birks, Hans Coper (London 1983), p. 42 includes a photograph by Jane Gate (later Coper's wife) of the piece in question.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 100 - 150

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Rim chip to one vessel, 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: 50
WAISTEL COOPER (1921-2003); a squat stoneware vase covered in textured surface, painted signature, height 13cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 70 - 100

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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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