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Elspeth Owen high sided small bowl. Height: 6.9 cm (2.7 inches). Maximum diameter: 8.4 cm (3.3 inches).
Poh Chap Yeap (1927 - 2007) Cut-sided stoneware vase with tenmoku glaze. Signed Yeap on the base. Height: 18.3 cm (7.2 inches).
Ian Steele (1937 - 2011) teabowl. Ian was a Canadian potter, who worked at the Leach Pottery 1963-65 & 1967-69. The teabowl is 7.6 cm (3.0 inches) high and has a diameter at the rim of 13.5 cm (5.3 inches).
David White porcelain bowl with ox blood red glaze.
R. J. Washington (1913 - 1997) tall figural stoneware vase. This is unmarked but was bought by the previous owner from the Paul Rice Gallery retrospective exhibition of pots from the estate after Washington's death. Height: 52.3 cm (20.6 inches).
Ken Komatsu boxed Oni-Hagi guinomi with wari kodai.
Poh Chap Yeap porcelain vase with Yeap's seal decoration
Poh Chap Yeap hare's fur glazed vase
Mary Rich hand-painted yunomi
Aki Moriuchi stoneware guinomi.
Mike Dodd small porcelain bottle vase. Glaze partially covers the seal so Mike has signed a sticker on the bottom.
Height: 14.0 cm (5.5 inches).
Yuriko Hill (1950 - 2013) Small hand-built pot. Height: 7.9 cm (3.1 inches).
Mick Casson porcelain teapot that was originally purchased from his solo teapot exhibition at Contemporary Ceramics London in the early 2000s. Height: 11.7 cm (4.6 inches). Dimension from handle to tip of the spout 18.0 cm (7.1 inches).
Winchcombe Pottery slipware dish probably dating from the early 1950s. Height: 4.1 cm (1.6 inches). Dimensions: 26.4 by 16.25 cm (10.4 by 6.4 inches).
Phil Rogers tall ash and salt glazed cut sided bottle vase.
Poh Chap Yeap (1927 - 2007) tenmoku porcelain bottle vase.
John Ward hand-built vessel c1980. Height: 11.9 cm (4.7 inches).