Raynham Pottery (Australia) Lustre Pottery Vase
Ray Cook was a Melbourne-based accountant who established the Ray Cook Pottery in 1948 and Raynham Ceramic Pty Ltd in 1950, on sites in East Bentleigh, Victoria.
The Ray Cook Pottery made a range of slipcast tableware and vases, and some larger wheel-thrown items, under the insignia 'Ray Cook'.
Raynham specialised in slipcast vases using a variety of different labels over time that are well-documented in the Encyclopaedia of Australian Potters' Marks.
You can read more about Raynham Pottery, here: http://rameking.blogspot.com/2009/07/ray-cook.html
Here we have a wonderful piece from their collection - a vase with a floral design on a lovely lustre green finish.
It's in great to excellent vintage condition; it even has remnants of its original paper label on the base.
Measures approx 12cm tall x 8.5cm diameter.