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'Still life with yellow bowls' by Gwyn Hanssen Pigott

Ceramic group, 'Still life with yellow bowls', teapots (2), bottles (4), beakers (3), bowls (2), wheelthrown and slipcast in Limoges porcelain and Southern Ice porcelain, made by Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Ipswich, Queensland, Australia, 2002.

Group of porcelain vessels, comprising the following, to be arranged in format specified by the artist according to photograph supplied and template created by Conservation: four white slipcast bottles, one with yellow interior, one blue, one pale blue, one white; three beakers, one with white interior, one pale yellow, one pale blue-grey; two teapots with squat spout, strap handle and flat-topped cover, one teapot pale blue-grey, one pale yellow; two bowls, one white with yellow interior, one yellow with pale yellow interior.
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