146  (Early Series)     Wide-mouth pot, sides tapering gently upwards
Does this shape appear in other series?  No -  (none in image database).
Judging by the glazes this is the earlier of the two no.146 shapes.
Height; 11.5 - 12.5 cm.

146  (Early Series)     Small ribbed barrel-shaped jug
Does this shape appear in other series?  Yes - 500 Series 506Later Series 38.
This is the jug version of the Early Series 147 vase.

Height; 8 - 10  cm

146  (Early Series)     TWO SHAPES
: This is one of those numbers that were used for two different shapes at different times during the Early Series years. Presumably one shape was discontinued and the number subsequently re-allocated to a new shape.
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               shopatnortham, Northam, WA
Un-numbered and unsigned; base completely unmarked. This jug surely came from Premier Pottery but the sticker is not Remued. It reads 'Ascot artware'.

Did a retailer apply their own brand labels to pieces supplied by Premier? If so the pieces must have been ordered unmarked. Or did Premier make to order under the ' Ascot' label? The only other logical possibility - a copy, not made by Premier - seems very unlikely. Attempts at copying Remued's characteristic drip-glazing have never been good enough to pass close scrutiny; see under 'Imitations & Fakes' on the 'Pitfalls' page.

It raises the question - did other unmarked pieces, now confidently identified as Remued, once have an 'Ascot' sticker?

At right; another 146-shaped jug, un-numbered, unsigned, no sticker.
Remued? .... or Ascot?  
A couple of examples are recorded mistakenly incised 147
'Ascot';  a mystery!
Hurnall's Antiques & Decorative Arts
Shapiro Auctioneers, Sydney
146 M
Shape book 'E'

Collectors Path Pottery,
Ashwood, Vic.
Collectors Path Pottery, Ashwood, Vic.
Merchant of Welby,
Welby NSW