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Thursday, 12 December, 2013

The Design Age: International Studio Ceramics & Decorative Arts and Modern British & Continental Art

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International Studio Ceramics

Lot Description Illustration
1
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013) and Peter Crotty (British, b.1943)
Jacobs Ewe
painted mark
20cm across.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £75
2
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Long earred owl
impressed potter's mark
38cm high.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £100
3
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013) and Peter Crotty (British, b.1943)
Three house martins
impressed both potter's marks
the largest 28cm across (3).

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £160
4
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013) and Peter Crotty (British, b.1943)
Two house martins
impressed both potter's marks
the largest 18cm across (2).

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £95
5
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Bull
impressed potter's seal
53cm across.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £150
6
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Jug, combed decoration
impressed potter's seal and incised initials
25cm high.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £55
7
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Teapot and cover, painted with birds on flowering branches
initialled 'RDW'
16cm across.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £50
8
Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Bowl, of ribbed form
impressed potter's seal
15cm high, 21cm across.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £440
9
Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983)
Dish, combed tenmoku glaze
Abuja Pottery
impressed potter's and pottery seals
17.5cm diameter.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £260
10
Eileen Keys (Australian, 1903-1992)
Two women, circa 1950s
16.5cm across, 16cm high.

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £150
11
Eileen Keys (Australian, 1903-1992)
Dish, with iron red drip glaze
signed
20.5cm diameter, together with another dish and a bowl, the former signed (3).

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £160
12
Eileen Keys (Australian, 1903-1992)
Five bowls, one with rich iron red glaze
each signed
the largest 12.5cm diameter (5).

Provenance:
The Oxshott Pottery Collection.
Sold for £160
13
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Two chargers, each decorated with flowers in landscape
impressed potter's and pottery seals
29cm and 31cm diameter (2).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £70
14
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Two teapots and cover, each with incised flower head motifs, one in turquoise glaze, the other in brown glaze
one with incised potter's mark and pottery seal
23cm and 21.5cm across (2).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Estimate: £60 - 100
14a
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Vase, incised with long stemmed flower designs
impressed potters and pottery marks
47cm high.
Sold for £55
15
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Five asymmetrical vases, each with striped and geometric patterns
impressed potter's and pottery seals
the largest 21cm across (5).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £30
16
Michael Buckland (British, 1934-2012) at Green Dene Pottery
Four vases, of multi-coloured geometric designs
impressed potter's and pottery seals
the tallest 15cm high (4).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Estimate: £80 - 120
17
Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013)
Two birds
impressed potter's seal
the largest 14.5cm across (2).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £105
18
Eric James Mellon (British, b.1925)
Four vases, two dated 1969, with ash glazes
each with potter's mark
the largest 10.5cm high (4).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £100
19
Shoji Hamada (Japanese, 1894-1978)
Dish, circa 1960s, cream and brown poured glaze
'Made in Japan' label (to reverse)
3.5cm high, 19.5cm diameter.

A similar example with a differing pattern sold in November 2011 at Maak Contemporary Ceramics, Lot 13.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £450
20
Ray Marshall (British, 1913-1986)
Vase, 1961, incised turned decoration
signed and dated
15.5cm high.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £150
21
William Staite Murray (British, 1881-1962)
Vase, red/brown glaze
impressed potter's seal
incised 'K3' and numbered 39 (to the base)
32cm high.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £720
22
Lucie Rie (Austrian, 1902-1995)
Oil jar and stopper, dripped glaze on white ground
impressed potter's seal
15.5cm high.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £950
23
Ruth Duckworth (German/British, 1919-2009)
Dish, with ribbed effect and poured glaze
impressed potter's seal
23.5cm across.

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £240
24
Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003)
Two bowls, one in tenmoku with brushed decoration, the other with blue, white and brown brushwork
one with painted mark, the other with impressed potter's seal
13.5cm and 11cm diameter respectively (2).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £120
25
(Books)
A collection of Studio Ceramic Books, to include Jeffrey Jones, Studio Pottery in Britain 1900-2005, Oliver Watson, British Studio Pottery, Michael Casson, Pottery in Britain Today, Bernard Leach, Kenzan and his Tradition, Bernard Leach, A Potter's Portfolio, Bernard Leach, Potter and Artist and Michael Cardew, Fundamental Pottery: 8 Lectures given by Michael Cardew at Wenford Bridge in 1959 (10).

Provenance:
Green Dene Pottery Collection.
Sold for £130
Not Illustrated
26
Charles Vyse (British, 1882-1971)
Bowl, of lobed form, with turquoise glaze, circa 1935
incised 'C VYSE CHELSEA'
15cm diameter.
Sold for £320
27
Charles Vyse (British, 1882-1971)
Vase, two loop handles, painted foliate designs, 1927
incised potter's monogram and date
12.5cm high.
Sold for £90
28
Charles Vyse (British, 1882-1971)
Vase, olive green ash glaze and rust painted foliate designs, 1931
incised potter's initials and date
24cm high.
Sold for £200
29
Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979)
Dish, abstract linear motifs in white, circa 1950s
on grey ground
painted monogram
28.5cm diameter.

Provenance:
with Joanna Bird, London.
Sold for £1,600
30
Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979)
Bottle vase, with wave design, circa 1965
running ash glaze
two partially impressed pottery seals
20cm high, 13cm across.

Provenance:
with Joanna Bird, London.

Literature:
see Tony Birks and Cornelia Wingfield Digby, Bernard Leach, Hamada & their Circle, p.51, for a similar form.
Sold for £1,500
31
Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) (attributed to)
Flagon, 1947, painted slip
24cm high.
Sold for £360
32
Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979)
Design for vases
St. Ives mark
ink on newspaper
14cm x 14.5cm.

A similar drawing appeared at Phillips, London, 25 September 2001, Lot 34.
Sold for £180
33
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Jug, tin glaze
impressed potter's seal
27cm high.
Sold for £100
34
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Vase, tenmoku glaze, brush work grasses motifs
impressed potter's seal
20.5cm high.
Sold for £350
35
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Pot and cover, with brushwork motifs, Lowerdown Pottery
impressed pottery seal
10cm diameter.
Sold for £95
36
Leach Pottery
Pair of plates, circa 1949, celadon, incised foliate motif
designed by Bernard and David Leach
impressed pottery seal
16.5cm diameter (2).
Sold for £70
37
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Vase, celadon with facet cut sides
impressed potter's seal
24.5cm high.
Sold for £220
38
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Bowl, celadon with incised peacock feather motifs
impressed potter's seal
9cm high, 17.5cm diameter.
Sold for £170
39
David Leach (British, 1911-2005)
Teapot and cover, cane handle, painted motifs
impressed potter's and pottery seal
18.5cm across.
Sold for £120
40
Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997)
Dish on slab feet, poured tenmoku glaze, St. Ives
impressed potter's and pottery seals
7cm high, 26.5cm across.
Sold for £170
41
John Leach (British, b.1939)
Flask, 1989, cross handled, Muchelney Pottery
impressed potter's seals and date
27.5cm high.
Sold for £80
42
John Leach (British, b.1939)
Bowl, 1991, dripped glaze, Muchelney Pottery
impressed potter's seals and date
16cm high, 19cm across.
Sold for £85
43
John Leach (British, b.1939)
Bowl, inside decorated with iron red glaze
impressed Muchelney mark
28.5cm diameter, 15cm high.
Estimate: £70 - 100
44
Shoji Hamada (Japanese, 1894-1978) (attributed to)
Dish, cream slip with brush decoration
17cm diameter.

Literature:
see Sarah Riddick, Pioneer Studio Pottery: The Milner-White Collection, Lund Humphries, 1990, p.48, no.39 and no.40, for pieces in a similar glaze and with the same brushwork.
Sold for £160
45
Mashiko Pottery
Slab vase, blue glaze
15cm high.
Sold for £170
46
Katherine Pleydell Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Vase, thorn ash glaze
impressed potter's seal and glaze code '37/XXVII'
10cm high.
Sold for £180
47
Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Vase, white glaze, incised patterning
impressed potter's seal and glaze code 'ICXL'
10cm high.
Sold for £220
48
Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Dish, blue glaze, incised patterning
impressed potter's seal and glaze code 'ICCXIV'
22cm diameter.
Sold for £130
49
Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985)
Bowl, crackled celadon glaze
impressed potter's seal and glaze code 'CXXX'
11.5cm diameter.
Sold for £300

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