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A large Art Deco red bodied Carter Stabler Adams vase designed by Truda Carter in the EP pattern, shape 212, decorated by Anne Hatchard, 11in (28c ...
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A Port of Poole Empire Airways charger designed by Arthur Bradbury and painted by Margaret Holder, 1940. It sold at Woolley & Wallis, Salisbury in ...
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Piping Fawn, a rare Carter, Stabler and Adams, Poole roundel designed by Phoebe Stabler, 16in (40cm). It sold at Woolley & Wallis, Salisbury in No ...
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A hand thrown and carved model of a bottle kiln in red stoneware by Guy Sydenham, 14in (35cm). Sold at Cottees, Wareham in November 2010 for £1500 ...
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The Ship, a three-masted sailing ship, designed by Harold Stabler and modelled by Harry Brown, as used by Carter, Stabler & Adams in brochure adve ...
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A Studio dish decorated in blue, turquoise and white probably by Tony Morris, 8in (20cm), sold at Fieldings, Stourbridge in January 2010 for £500.
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A Freeform vase by Alfred Read, 1954, painted by Gwen Haskins, 8in (19cm) high, sold at Windibank, Dorking in April 2008 for £135.
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A stoneware model of a seated cat by Barbara Linley-Adams, sold at Gildings, Market Harborough in January 2010 for £180.
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A Tony Morris sunbursts and sunspots charger c.1963-64 sold at London auctioneers Rosebery's in 2005 for £5200.
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A Living Glaze vase, 9in (20cm), sold at Silverwoods, Clitheroe in February 2010 for £35.