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Lot Number: 81
DEREK EMMS (1929-2004); a porcelain bowl covered in duck egg blue celadon glaze, painted leaf decoration and silver lustre banding, painted DE mark, gallery labels, diameter 27.5cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 120

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A tiny area of glaze miss to rim, otherwise appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. Rings like a bell. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 82
MARY ROGERS (born 1929); a squeezed stoneware footed bowl covered in pitted pale blue glaze with manganese to the rim, incised MER mark, maximum diameter 18cm. (D) Provenance: The Doreen and John Roberts Collection, purchased from The Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-upon-Avon, 1983.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 250 - 350

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Lot Number 82
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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: 83
MONICA YOUNG (1929-2004); a monumental stoneware garden pot covered in mottled turquoise glaze, central drainage hole to base, height 79cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 350 - 550

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Lot Number 83
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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: 84
MONICA YOUNG (1929-2004); a monumental stoneware garden sculpture, toasted unglazed surface incised with floral design, drainage hole close to base, height 109cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 350 - 550

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Lot Number 84
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Appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration. A metal ring might suggest a light(?) fitting was once fixed to the top. This lot qualifies for Artist Resale Rights. For further information, please visit http://www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot Number: 85
ALAN CAIGER-SMITH (born 1930) for Aldermaston Pottery; a tin glazed earthenware Albarello vase, painted red and gold decoration on white ground, painted initials, form/glaze codes and date mark for 1977, height 23cm. (D) Provenance: The Doreen and John Roberts Collection, purchased from The Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool, 1979.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 300 - 400

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Lot Number 85
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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: 86
DAVID TIPLER for Aldermaston Pottery; a tin glazed earthenware casserole, painted mark, diameter 28cm (including side handle). (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 20 - 30

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Lot Number 86
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Crazing to interior, 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: 87
SHEILA FOURNIER (1930-2001); a flared stoneware bowl covered in a bronze glaze, impressed SF mark, diameter 23.5cm. (D) Provenance: The John Shakeshaft Collection.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 70 - 100

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Lot Number 87
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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: 88
SHEILA FOURNIER (1930-2001); a large stoneware footed bowl with characteristic double rim, poured layers of turquoise, green and brown glazes, painted SF mark, maximum diameter 40cm. (D) Provenance: The Doreen and John Roberts Collection, purchased from The Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool, 1976.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 100 - 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: 89
SHEILA FOURNIER (1930-2001); a pierced stoneware slab vase with poured turquoise and grey glazes, height 22.5cm. (D)
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 25 - 35

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Lot Number 89
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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: 90
SHEILA FOURNIER (1930-2001); a small stoneware bowl with characteristic double rim, poured layers of indigo and turquoise glaze, incised SF mark, gallery sticker, diameter 12.5cm. (D) Provenance: Purchased from The Craftsman Potter's Shop, London, 1969.
Category: Studio Ceramics
Estimate: 70 - 100

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Lot Number 90
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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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