3 (Early Series)    Slender flaring waisted vase

Does this shape appear in other series?  Yes -  Later Series 36 is like 3/5 except that it has ribbing near the bottom.
Early Series 338 is also similar to 3/5, but with ribbing plus appled decoration.
Two sizes are recorded, with inch suffixes 5 and 6.




3/6
       Height;  15 cm.

Collection; Shepparton Art Gallery
Gift of Dr.H.D.Chamberlain  
1990.68
3 (Early Series)    TWO SHAPES
This is one of those Early Series numbers that was assigned twice, first to a PPP shape (which briefly took the Remued name before being discontinued); and then to a Remued shape.

A single piece is recorded numbered 3 but with Early Series 118/5 shape. Presumably just a mistake, although a comparable situation is also seen with pieces numbered 4.






Un-numbered
Base unmarked.

 
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3/7 (?)
     Height; 20 cm


shopatnortham, Northam, WA
Base stamped PPP, incised 3/9

3/10
     Height; 26 - 27 cm.


Norman collection
Un-numbered, stamped PPP
    Bases stamped PPP, incised 3/5


3/6
     Height; 16 - 17.5 cm
Collection; Powerhouse Museum,
Sydney      92/806
Bases incised 3/5 Remued
Collection; John Stephens
Un-numbered, stamped PPP
Bases stamped PPP, incised 3/10
Base incised 3/7  Faint, no stamp or signature.
This is the only example. Perhaps not from Premier?



Un-numbered,
Stamped PPP
Collection; Powerhouse Museum,
Sydney      89/1299
G & H Collection
Un-numbered
(and no PPP stamp)
Collectors Path Pottery
Bases stamped PPP, incised 3/6
3 (Early Series; PPP and Remued)    Cylinder vase with slight flare to lip and foot

Does this shape appear in other series? No, not exactly (none recorded) but there are un-numbered examples, and several other cylinder shapes - see Cylindrical Vases & Jugs.
Five numbered sizes are recorded, with inch suffixes 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10. Remued pieces are recorded in the 5 inch version only.

3/5
     Height; 13 - 14.5 cm
3/9
     Height; 23 - 23.5 cm
3/5
   Height;  13 - 13.5 cm.
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