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Vol 45 no 3, Aug 2023
The York Street Synagogue Ark
By Jana Vytrhlik   |   August 2023   |   Vol 45 no 3

Two early arks held in the museum collection of The Great Synagogue in Elizabeth Street, Sydney are impressive examples of Australian furniture. Their distinct Egyptian style could have been a source of inspiration for the architectural style of the York Street Synagogue (1844). In her search for the...

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Vol 45 no 2, May 2023
Early Sydney silver flatware
By Christine Erratt   |   May 2023   |   Vol 45 no 2

Four early Australian silver flatware items – two spoons and two forks – engraved with the three initials ‘WEB’ present a challenge warranting research. Whose engraved initials (WEB) are they and when were the items made and engraved? Christine Erratt offers an answer. Four flatware1items with...

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Vol 43 no 2, May 2021
Don Ross, artist and craft worker
By Glenn R Cooke   |   May 2021   |   Vol 43 no 2

A friend of mine wanted to see a mosaic mural in the Crypt at Anzac Square in Brisbane (now operated by the State Library of Queensland). For most of the year it is protected by an information panel, but the mural is on view for just two weeks in January ― the month when the artist and craft worker Don Ross (...

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Vol 42 no 4, Nov 2020
Carl Ewald, ‘Gluepot’ Graetz of Graetztown, South Australia
By David Bedford and Richard Phillips   |   November 2020   |   Vol 42 no 4

German settlers in South Australia, notably in the Barossa and to a lesser extent in other parts of Australia, introduced a furniture style based on the rural carpentry traditions of their native lands, rather than the more common styles seen in Australia derived from British cabinetmaking. David Bedford and Ri...

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Vol 38 no 4, Nov 2016
Reading a spoon
By Lesley Garrett   |   November 2016   |   Vol 38 no 4

How do three spoons, two by Sydney silversmith Alexander Dick and a later spoon made in London, come to bear the same crest and initials? Lesley Garrett explores the possibilities.

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Vol 35 no 1, February 2013
Vol 34 no 4, November 2012
Exhibition review: Bounty
By Richard Phillips   |   November 2012   |   Vol 34 no 4

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Vol 30 No 4, November 2008
Vol 27 No 3, August 2005
Vol 25 No 3, August 2003
Vol 23 No 4, November 2001
Was Dick Guilty?
By John Houstone   |   November 2001   |   Vol 23 No 4

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Vol 18 No 1, February 1996
Vol 14 No 1, February 1992
Vol 11 no 3, Aug 1989
Vol 9 no 4, Nov 1987
Alexander Dick - Silversmith
By Kevin Fahy   |   November 1987   |   Vol 9 no 4

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Vol 9 no 2, May 1987
Vol 8 no 4, Nov 1986
Vol 6 no 1, Jan 1984
An Edwards Emu Egg
By R A Phillips   |   January 1984   |   Vol 6 no 1

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Vol 4 no 4, Oct 1982
A Well-Travelled Egg
By Dick Phillips   |   October 1982   |   Vol 4 no 4

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Vol 3 no 4, Oct 1981
Good Sound Cedar
By R A Phillips   |   October 1981   |   Vol 3 no 4

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Vol 3 no 4, Oct 1981
Vol 3 no 2, Apr 1981
Wendt - 125 Years
By Richard Phillips   |   April 1981   |   Vol 3 no 2

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Vol 3 no 1, Jan 1981
The Passing of a Pottery
By Richard Phillips   |   January 1981   |   Vol 3 no 1

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Vol 2 no 4, Nov 1980
The Bosleyware Pottery
By Richard Phillips   |   November 1980   |   Vol 2 no 4

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Vol 1 no 1, Jan 1979
The Australiana Society acknowledges Australia’s First Nations Peoples – the First Australians – as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this land and gives respect to the Elders – past and present – and through them to all Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.