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93/305/11 Model vase, 'No V115', plaster, made by Pates Potteries Pty Ltd, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1946-1970. Click to enlarge.

Plaster model vase, made by Pates Potteries Pty Ltd

Designed
Model, Vase No V-115, plaster, model used to produce block mould for slip casting in earthenware, solid form with wide base of scroll form separated at one end, rising to a flaring rim with leaf decorations, this model is unmarked (but produced from mould 93/305/12 marked V115). Pates Potteries Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia, 1946-1970

Summary

Object No.

93/305/11

Object Statement

Model vase, 'No V115', plaster, made by Pates Potteries Pty Ltd, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1946-1970

Physical Description

Model, Vase No V-115, plaster, model used to produce block mould for slip casting in earthenware, solid form with wide base of scroll form separated at one end, rising to a flaring rim with leaf decorations, this model is unmarked (but produced from mould 93/305/12 marked V115). Pates Potteries Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia, 1946-1970

Marks

No marks

Dimensions

Height

220 mm

Width

230 mm

Depth

120 mm

Production

Notes

Pottery situated at 61 Lakemba Street, Belmore, Sydney. This model was produced from mould 93/305/12 marked V115.

History

Notes

Ron G Pate, OBE. Managing director of Pates Pottery Pty Ltd ; former mayor of Canterbury Minicipality ; former Chief Scout commissioner.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Ron Pate, 1993

Acquisition Date

17 August 1993

Cite this Object

Harvard

Plaster model vase, made by Pates Potteries Pty Ltd 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 9 December 2022, <https://ma.as/133502>

Wikipedia

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