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Vol 43 no 4, November 2021
Queensland 1859 Secession’ pottery medals
By Geoff Ford   |   November 2021   |   Vol 43 no 4

Glen went on to tell us, in a joking manner, that he had made these fake 1859 Secession Medals in 1977 for fun in the hope of making some money while he was a student working in the Visual Arts department at the Darling Downs Institute of Advanced Education in
Toowoomba (now the University of Southern Queensla...

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Vol 40 no 4, Nov 2018
Thomas Wright, Geelong colonial silversmith and jeweller
By Geoff Laurenson   |   November 2018   |   Vol 40 no 4

Thomas Wright (c.1827–1912) may not be a well-known name today, but in early Geelong his shop was a mainstay. As with many other silversmiths and jewellers, little of his work survives, so his name rarely comes up in publications. The recent discovery of a Thomas Wright silver trowel in the Geelong Grammar Sc...

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Vol 34 no 1, February 2012
Vol 33 no 3, August 2011
Vol 33 no 2, May 2011
Vol 28 No 4, November 2006
Tasmania's Huon Pottery
By Geoff & Kerrie Ford   |   November 2006   |   Vol 28 No 4

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Vol 18 No 1, February 1996
Vol 17 No 3, August 1995
Vol 8 no 4, Nov 1986
Vol 6 no 4, Oct 1984
Early Find for South Australia
By Geoff Ford   |   October 1984   |   Vol 6 no 4

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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.