13  (Early Series; PPP)   Slender jug, bulbous at base, narrowing upward  with flared lip.

Does this shape appear in other series?   No - (none recorded in image database).
Two numbered sizes are recorded, the smaller incised just 13, the larger 13-7. Other sizes are also recorded, un-numbered.

Bases stamped PPP, incised 13.

Collectors Path Pottery
Un-numbered, stamped PPP.

Leonard Joel
Height; 23.5 cm
No base markings
Long Gone Antiques, Warrnambool, Vic.
Height 24.5 cm
No base markings
13 B  (Early Series)   Lampstand, wide flaring base, with animal decoration

Does this shape appear in other series?   No - (none recorded).
Two sizes are recorded, with suffixes s and L.
These may have been intended for use either as candlesticks or as lamp bases. Note the hole for an electric cord. For another such dual-purpose piece see Early Series 157.

It is not clear whether 13 is a re-allocation of an Early Series number that became vacant when the PPP name ceased in 1934, or is part of a separate little 'Animal' numbering series. It is one of a series of animal-decorated shapes that all feature a wide flaring foot and become narrower upwards.  See Early Series 4  ; 5  ; 7 ; 9 .  
Koalas attributed to John Castle-Harris.

[Up to top of page]

Jem Antiques,  WA
13 LB
       Height; 19.7 cm.

Un-numbered, shape somewhat different. Height; 13.5 cm.
Allan & Myrtle James Collection
Youngs Auctions - The Berry Collection
Un-numbered, stamped PPP.

13  (Early Series)     TWO SHAPES
: The second no.13 shape may be a re-allocation of an Early Series number after it became disused with cessation of PPP production in 1934, or it may be part of a separate small 'Animal' numbering series.

13 sB
       Height; not recorded.

       Height; 12 - 12.5 cm.

   Height; 18.5 - 19.5 cm.

Collection; 'W'
Bases stamped PPP, incised 13/7.

Other sizes, un-numbered
Collection; 'W'
Comparison; 13-7 (left),
with un-numbered 13
Collection; Andrew McGowan

These three are the only examples recorded to date. The similarity of their glazes suggests that they may all be from the same batch (perhaps the only batch?)