Robin Hopper Vase: Born in England, Robin Hopper received a fine art degree from Croydon College of art in 1955. He became a full time studio potter in 1965, initially in England then, Canada, producing both functional and decorative pieces. He taught full-time for five years in Ontario before moving to Vancouver Island in 1977. This shell shaped vase was produced in Ontario during the 1970's.
Walter Dexter RCA (1931-2015) "Torso Vase" Height. = 24" Victoria's ceramics artist Walter Dexter, was the first Canadian ceramics artist to achieve wide recognition as an abstract expressionist.
Theo and Susan Harlander Master potters from the College of Ceramics in Landshut, Germany, they moved to Nova Scotia in 1951 and created pieces in their Brooklin studio from 1952 - 1987.
Collection of Canadian Potters: Kayo O'Young, Kit Ross, Robert Archambeau
Wedgwood Zodiac Bull: A Wedgwood model of Taurus the bull, modelled by Arnold Machin, impressed and painted marks. c.1930 Length = 15" Note: Arnold Machin designed the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II for the definitive issue of British postage stamps. (Miller price Guide 2000. p.258)
Set of 5 English Mason's Ironstone Pitchers c.1845
Vase by John Glick (American Abstract Expressionist ceramicist) (1938-2017)