Platter by Martin Boyd Pottery

Made by Martin Boyd Pottery in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1953-1957.

Plate, earthenware, Martin Boyd Pottery, decorated by Pam Nalder Sydney, Australia, 1953-1957.
Circular plate of thrown white earthernware with raised footring, flat base and slightly concave sides. The interior painted with design of ‘x-ray’ kangaroo and ‘Aboriginal’ motifs. Coloured turquoise, pink, yellow and blue, under a clear glaze. Two holes drilled into footring with length of wire passing through for hanging.

Summary

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Plate, earthenware, Martin Boyd Pottery, decorated by Pam Nalder Sydney, Australia, 1953-1957.
Circular plate of thrown white earthernware with raised footring, flat base and slightly concave sides. The interior painted with design of 'x-ray' kangaroo and 'Aboriginal' motifs. Coloured turquoise, pink, yellow and blue, under a clear glaze. Two holes drilled into footring with length of wire passing through for hanging.

Dimensions

23 mm
307 mm
307 mm

Production

Pam Nalder identified this plate as one she had decorated in the 1950s.

Made at Martin Boyd pottery, Sydney.

Pam Nalder worked for Martin Boyd potteries from 1953 until 1957.
Martin Boyd Pottery 1953-1957
Nalder, Pam

Source

Purchased 1989
17 April, 1989

Cite this Object

Platter by Martin Boyd Pottery 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 November 2017, <https://ma.as/94648>
{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/94648 |title=Platter by Martin Boyd Pottery |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=17 November 2017 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}
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