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92/1185 Ramekins (set of 4), fish shape, earthenware, Diana Pottery Pty Ltd, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1941-1966. Click to enlarge.

Set of ramekins

Designed
Set of 4 slip-cast earthenware ramekins, each in the shape of a fish, with the tail of the fish as the handle. Each ramekin , each is differently glazed, with a clear exterior with grey on the fins and respectively coloured greyish red, yellow, greyish blue and light blue on the interior.

Summary

Object No.

92/1185

Object Statement

Ramekins (set of 4), fish shape, earthenware, Diana Pottery Pty Ltd, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1941-1966

Physical Description

Set of 4 slip-cast earthenware ramekins, each in the shape of a fish, with the tail of the fish as the handle. Each ramekin , each is differently glazed, with a clear exterior with grey on the fins and respectively coloured greyish red, yellow, greyish blue and light blue on the interior.

Marks

Ramekins -1:4 have printed marks "Diana / AUSTRALIA" with emblem (stylised Diana as huntress) under the base. Ramekin -1) with incised mark "A" . Ramekins -2) and -4) have impressed marks "[S12}" under the base under the glaze.

Production

Notes

Pottery situated at 122-126 Marrickville Road, Marrickville, Sydney.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Dr David H Chamberlain under the Tax Incentives for the Arts Scheme, 1992

Acquisition Date

30 June 1992

Cite this Object

Harvard

Set of ramekins 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 21 September 2021, <https://ma.as/119601>

Wikipedia

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