36 z  (Early Series)   Tall cylindrical vase, flared base.

Does this shape appear in other series?   No, not in other series but it appears elsewhere in the Early Series as Early Series 7/9k. 
This number 36z seems anomalous, and is possibly a mistake. (Mistakes did happen - see the 'Pitfalls' page)

Height; 23 cm








  Applied kookaburra decoration attributed to John Castle-Harris


E.J. Ainger


36  (Early Series)   THREE SHAPES
: This is one of those Early Series numbers that was assigned twice, first to a PPP shape and subsequently to a Remued shape. In this case, however, a second Remued shape also seems to have acquired the same number. Such a doubling-up was perhaps just a mistake although some strange things did happen with shape numbering when it came to animal-decorated pieces.


36  (Early Series)   Tall vase with spout in lip.

Does this shape appear in other series?   No - not in other series but it is like Early Series 189 which is a jug. This vase has the same body shape including a spout.
In a shape book it is marked "Special". The few recorded examples all have applied decoration of three-dimensional animals. Animals attributed to John Castle-Harris.

Height;  20 - 22 cm



Shapiro Auctioneers, Sydney
Lizards intertwined with branch-handles.



Shape book 'PPP'
Nicholnack art in pottery
Un-numbered but thought to be examples of Early Series 36. Both stamped PPP.

   Labelled "Special"
   and crossed out.


Shape book 'E'







 
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Amanda Addams Auctions
GDL Auctions Toowoomba
36 z  Applied lizard decoration.

36  (Early Series; PPP)   Small bowl with two 'figure 7' handles and three feet.

No numbered example is recorded. Numbering is known from the shape book only.
Does this shape appear in other series?   No - (none recorded).
The same body shape with different handles appears at Early Series 37, and un-numbered.

Height; 6.5 - 7 cm.
36 B  Applied koala decoration.
An example is also recorded without the feet.
Mossgreen
EK Collection