145  (Early Series; PPP and Remued)    Cylinder vases.

Does this shape appear in other series?  Yes, Pamela 7 (and probably Early Series 171 too) are like 145/4.  Pamela 10 is like 145/6M. There were various other cylinder vases too; for more details click here
There is also a jug version; Early Series 172

No.145 came in a wider range of sizes than any other Remued shape. The image database records 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12 and 14 inch varieties. Size was denoted by inch suffixes (no 'L' or 'S').
Most sizes are found both with and without applied decoration. Applied decoration was denoted by an 'M' suffix (although there are decorated examples with the suffix missing).

Decorated 3 and 6 inch examples are recorded dated 1934. Only the 8 inch size is recorded stamped PPP. 



Height; 9.5 - 10.5 cm
Shape book 'C'

It's not known what was "same as 145/4"
(maybe Pamela 7, or Early Series 171) but whatever it was, it bequeathed us these shape-book details.

Height; 16 - 17 cm
Height; 22 - 24 cm
Huge twig-handle!

Height;  34 - 37 cm                                                     No 'M' version yet recorded.
These are amongst the tallest pieces of Remued we have ever seen.
(For the very tallest see Early Series 470/18)

Height;  31 cm

art in pottery
Malvern Antique Market, Armadale Vic
Despite its gumleaf decoration this piece is marked just 145/4
(no 'M').

There are also numerous un-numbered examples.
Shepparton Art Gallery
Gift of Dr.H.D.Chamberlain 
145/12 M
This particular shape book is believed to date from the middle or end of the Later Series period. The 145/8 size was apparently made only at the beginning and had already been dropped.

Shape book 'E'

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Norman Collection
Norman Collection
Norman Collection
Leonard Joel
  Later gumleaf
Earlier style gumleaf

Height; 20 - 21 cm.  Diameter; 11 - 12 cm.
This is a very early variant. It must have soon ceased production and is consequently rare today. It includes the only 145 cylinder yet recorded with a PPP stamp. 145/8 is missing from the shape-book entry below which dates from the middle or end of the Early Series period.
The width-to-height proportion is wider than other sizes.

Base stamped PPP, incised 145/8
PPP cylinder vases came in various sizes but this is the only known straight-sided example that is numbered. (Early Series 3 is also a PPP cylinder but has a slight flare to the base and lip)

Collection; Lynne Cumming
Collection; Ward family
Base incised 145/3m  Remued 1934
Base inscriptions like this - with a shape-number and a date - are extremely rare, and of great value in piecing together the history of the Remued range. If you have any Remued piece with such an inscription we'd be delighted to hear from you!  Contact us.
Undecorated 3 & 4 inch cylinders differed from larger sizes in that they had a flare to the lip. Decorated examples, however, had no flare.

Collection; Stuart Lawson
Bases incised 145/8 Remued
Horizontal  striations.
Height;  8 - 10.5 cm.   (Despite the inch suffix '3', much the same height as the 4 inch variant.)
'W' Collection
Hurnall's Antiques & Decorative Arts
No twig-handle