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92/849 Vase, earthenware, made by Pates Potteries Pty Ltd, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1946-1960. Click to enlarge.

Earthenware vase

Designed
Double vase, earthenware, slip-cast, with a high oval foot supporting a U-shaped vessel with two trumpet mouths with uneven rims, moulded wave-like scrolling lines on the foot with foliate lines rising to both rims, and a dove nestling at mid body on one side, lustre glazed with pink, yellow-green and grey lustre on the exterior above sky blue lustre on the foot, the dove highlighted with gold, sky blue lustre glazed interior.

Summary

Object No.

92/849

Object Statement

Vase, earthenware, made by Pates Potteries Pty Ltd, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1946-1960

Physical Description

Double vase, earthenware, slip-cast, with a high oval foot supporting a U-shaped vessel with two trumpet mouths with uneven rims, moulded wave-like scrolling lines on the foot with foliate lines rising to both rims, and a dove nestling at mid body on one side, lustre glazed with pink, yellow-green and grey lustre on the exterior above sky blue lustre on the foot, the dove highlighted with gold, sky blue lustre glazed interior.

Marks

Impressed mark "V.53" under the base under glaze and printed mark "PATES / POTTERIES / SYDNEY / AUSTRALIA" under the base over glaze in gold.

Dimensions

Height

228 mm

Width

209 mm

Depth

98 mm

Production

Notes

Pottery situated at 61 Lakemba Street, Belmore, Sydney.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Dr David H Chamberlain, 1992

Acquisition Date

29 June 1992

Cite this Object

Harvard

Earthenware vase 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 9 December 2022, <https://ma.as/128222>

Wikipedia

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