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Lot Number: 71
ALISON TAYLOR (1928-2015); three porcelain bowls of convoluted form, largest diameter 14.5cm (3). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 20 - 30

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One has firing crack, another a hairline extending from a chip on the base, 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: 72
ALISON TAYLOR (1928-2015); three small porcelain bowls, various surface decorations, largest diameter 11cm (3). (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: 73
DAVID LLOYD JONES (1928-1994); an early square stoneware bottle vase covered in matt oatmeal glaze with painted linear decoration, height 23cm. (D) Provenance: The John Shakeshaft Collection.
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: 74
DEREK CLARKSON (1928-2003); two narrow necked stoneware vases, decorative brushwork on speckled grey ground, impressed DC marks and clay codes, made 1986, tallest height 16cm (2). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 120

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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: 75
DEREK CLARKSON (1928-2013); a fluted stoneware planter and a jug covered in green glaze, impressed DC marks, tallest height 21cm (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: 76
DEREK CLARKSON (1928-2013); two faceted stoneware vases with narrow necks, both covered in tenmoku breaking to khaki glaze, and another vase covered in oatmeal glaze, impressed DC marks, tallest height 19cm (3). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 120 - 160

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Lot Number 76
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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: 77
DEREK CLARKSON (1928-2013); two stoneware vases, both decorated with wax resist decoration, tenmoku, khaki and celadon glazes, impressed DC marks, tallest height 25cm (2). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 120

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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: 78
DEREK CLARKSON (1928-2013); two stoneware vases, one with narrow neck, both decorated with iron and cobalt on a speckled grey ground, impressed DC marks, tallest height 25cm (2). (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: 79
JOHN SOLLY (1928-2004); a slipware charger, yellow and green running glaze on brown ground, impressed mark for 1953-86, diameter 36cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 35 - 55

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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: 80
PHILIP SUTTON (born 1928) for Fulham Pottery; a large tin glazed earthenware bowl decorated with the 'All the world's a stage' speech from Shakespeare's As You Like It, painted signature, JP initials (for Jean-Paul Landreau) and pottery name and date of 1987, diameter 32cm. (D) In 1987, Sutton collaborated with French potter Landreau at the Fulham Pottery resulting in a successful exhibition at the Odette Gilbert Gallery on Cork Street, London.
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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