TWO HANDLES
Or sometimes three! Pieces with  handles on opposite sides of the body.
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For PPP spiral-shaped handles click here.
 
Small bowls with 2 handles, 3 feet

Early Series/PPP 36
Early Series/PPP 37

Small 2-handled waisted vase

Early Series 58
Two handles or one - handles not diagnostic.

Tall vase, wide open mouth, small flare.

Early Series 110  
Two handles, one handle or none - handles not diagnostic.




Flat-bottomed open bowl

Early Series 149
Two handles, one handle or none - handles not diagnostic.

Two-handled globular bowl, conic flaring lip

Pamela Series 25
Early Series 176   (No numbered example recorded)

Flasks with bulb base, slender neck and three spiral handles

Early Series 177          Three handles? No example recorded.




Large baluster vase with two handles

Early Series 309

Deep dishes, flared, with handles

Later Series 108

Ribbed vases with two loop handles

Later Series 136 




'A' Series / Kerryl ramekins with two handles
Various sizes. No image is yet recorded for any of these.
'A' Series / Kerryl A16
'A' Series / Kerryl A19
'A' Series / Kerryl A21
'A' Series / Kerryl A22

'A' Series / Kerryl slip-cast vases
Various shapes
'A' Series / Kerryl A55
'A' Series / Kerryl A71     Urn
'A' Series / Kerryl A94    (no image recorded)
'A' Series / Kerryl A99H     Urn
'A' Series / Kerryl A100   Urn

SOME UN-NUMBERED PIECES

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Collection;
Stuart Lawson

Height 9.2 cm.
Base stamped PPP.

The Peoples Potteries
     A71
Collection; Maria & Stan Koba
A55
Bowl with two handles

Early Series / PPP 34 


Waisted 2-cone vase with two handles

Early Series / PPP 9 
Nicholnack art in pottery

Two-handled amphora-shaped vase

Early Series / PPP 41       (no example recorded)

Very large open pot with two prominent handles

Early Series 302    



Collection; Jeremy Zarifopoulos


Collection; John Stephens
A commemorative piece for the centenary year of Victoria, 1934. Modelled and painted decoration shows John Batman, one of the founders of Melbourne, and the inscription reads "This is the place for a village" Batman. Melbourne Centenary.
Base incised Remued. Height; 14 cm. (For more commemorative pieces click here.)
Hurnall's Antiques & Decorative Arts
Base incised Pamela Hand Made 1934
Height; 14.5 cm.
Norman Collection
Bowl standing on 3 feet
Height; 8.5 cm. Base unsigned
More 3-footed bowls with 2 handles, un-numbered, are catalogued with
Early Series 36
Early Series 37
Nicholnack
art in pottery


Jardiniere with two prominent handles

Early Series 310      
  Collection; Jeremy Zarifopoulos

Collection;
John Stephens
Camberwell Antique Centre, Vic.
Height; 22 cm.
Base unmarked. Body like Early Series 107-8
Lilydale Antique Centre,
Lilydale  Vic.
  G&H Collection
Height; 14 cm. Base unmarked.
Body like Early Series 103
Double-gourd vase with 2 handles

Early Series 123
Collection; Terry Cheetham

Two very early pieces, presumably 1933-34, pre-numbering.
Left, height 10 cm. right, height 11 cm.
Both with turned foot, incised Remued.

Collection; Tim Anderson
Height; 8.5 cm. Base unmarked.
Height 12.5 cm. Three handles. No base markings.The same shape minus handles appears as Early Series/PPP 127 and 153.
Height 5.5 - 6.5 cm, diam 24 cm. Bases unmarked. Three handles, and two. The same shape is also found without handles.
interglaze
Height; 17 cm.  No base markings.
Northumberland Antiques
Terrigal NSW
Collection; Michael Cohen