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85/118-8 Bowl, earthenware, maker unknown, Australia, c. 1940s. Click to enlarge.

Bowl, earthenware, maker unknown, Australia, c. 1940s

Made in Australia, Oceania, c 1940s.

Bowl, earthenware, maker unknown, Australia, c. 1940s

Bowl, earthenware, low footring, sides slightly bulbous to a wide opening. Floral decoration incised on well and sides in green. Covered in an all over clear glaze. Incised on base, under glaze, with the potter’s signature.

Summary

Object No.

85/118-8

Object Statement

Bowl, earthenware, maker unknown, Australia, c. 1940s

Physical Description

Bowl, earthenware, maker unknown, Australia, c. 1940s

Bowl, earthenware, low footring, sides slightly bulbous to a wide opening. Floral decoration incised on well and sides in green. Covered in an all over clear glaze. Incised on base, under glaze, with the potter's signature.

Marks

Incised on base, under glaze, with potter's signature
Incised on base, under glaze, 'CLEAR'

Dimensions

Height

45 mm

Width

100 mm

Depth

100 mm

Production

Made

Australia, Oceania c 1940s

Cite this Object

Harvard

Bowl, earthenware, maker unknown, Australia, c. 1940s 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 May 2019, <https://ma.as/24731>

Wikipedia

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