Diana Pottery Australia History & Gallery
I have known about Diana for more than 30 years and often find pieces in my bargain hunting. I used to have a decent collection but I have just kept a couple of pieces for myself now.
Diana Pottery Australia operated from 1941 to 1966 in Marrickville Sydney and was the most important Australian ceramics manufacturer during this time.
They are well know for slip-ware, hand painted pottery, kitchenware and ovenware.
They produced decorative earthenware table vases, wall pocket vases, decanters, figurines and a popular range of tableware called Nefertiti which consisted of casserole dishes, serving platters and ramekins. The vases and figurines were often glazed in pearly pastel blues, pinks and yellows, while the Nefertiti range came in both contrasting mustard and brown, and white.
To see pictures of the large range and styles of Diana Pottery try https://www.pinterest.com.au/hobbymumm/australian-pottery-by-the-diana-pottery/
For more information on the Diana Pottery see https://learnantiques.com.au/diana-pottery-more-than-just-a-name/
Happy bargain hunting and collecting