The shape book shows three sizes, suffixed S (about 12 cm tall); M (about 13 cm); and L (about 15 cm). The 'M' here denotes Medium size, rather than the presence of applied decoration which is its usual meaning.
Tyabb Packing House, Vic.
Size matches 145-s.
The dimensions shown here are identical to those shown for Early Series 79.
The shape book entry for Early Series 79 does not include a sketch as here, but - unlike here - a numbered example does exist. Only one solitary numbered example amongst the many un-numbered pieces, but it lets us confidently conclude that Later Series 145 and Early Series 79 are indeed the same shape.
Shape book 'A'
Every recorded example of the shape is un-numbered and none has a Remued signature or authentic sticker. It is possible that pieces thought to be Later Series 145 could actually be Early Series/PPP 79. The plainness of the glazes, however, does suggest a non-Early Series origin..
There are examples whose origin is something of a mystery. Their glazes are speckled, usually in blue or Rockingham brown. The base is usually covered in all-over glaze and sometimes shows traces of trivet marks, features not normally associated with Premier. Nevertheless their shape is identical to Remued and it seems reasonable to infer a close connection. Several other shapes, not identical to Remued, are also found with these same glazes - discussed further in Question-marks and Mysteries.
Thought to match Later Series 145-s, 145-M & 145-L respectively, although none is numbered or signed.
Height; 11 cm (matches 145-s)
Glazed base, with a suggestion of trivet marks.
Speckled jug with matching conical beakers. The beaker shape does not appear anywhere in the Remued or Kerryl shape books.