Raynham Pottery (Australia) lustreware vases [sold separately]
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:
Two stunning lustreware vases, in a pearl lustre finish.
Both are in great vintage condition, but do feature some very light nibbles on the rims and crazing internally. These don't detract from the fabulous finish, just look at them!
Measuring approx 19cm tall x 17cm wide x 9cm deep and 17cm tall x 29cm wide x 8cm deep.