Earthenware wall vase made by John Castle-Harris

Made by Castle-Harris, John in New South Wales, Australia, 1930-1940.

Wall vase, earthenware, made by John Castle-Harris, New South Wales, Australia, 1930-1940

Wall vase, earthenware, which is ogee-shaped in section with a flat back and barbed rim. The vase has a faceted front which tapers to become triangular in section towards the base. The vase features three tropical fish, modelled in high relief and applied to the front. The exterior of the vase is glazed in a mottled dark pink, with the fish highlighted in pink, green and pale blue. The interior is blue gla...

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Wall vase, earthenware, made by John Castle-Harris, New South Wales, Australia, 1930-1940

Wall vase, earthenware, which is ogee-shaped in section with a flat back and barbed rim. The vase has a faceted front which tapers to become triangular in section towards the base. The vase features three tropical fish, modelled in high relief and applied to the front. The exterior of the vase is glazed in a mottled dark pink, with the fish highlighted in pink, green and pale blue. The interior is blue glazed, while the back is pierced at the top for suspension.

Dimensions

123 mm
254 mm
75 mm

Production

Made by John Castle-Harris in New South Wales, between 1930-1940.
Castle-Harris, John 1930-1940

Source

Gift of Dr R J Lyons
1 January, 1970

Cite this Object

Earthenware wall vase made by John Castle-Harris 2014, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 June 2017, <https://ma.as/118941>
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