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Lot 554: William Ricketts (1898-1993). Two stoneware sculptures of aboriginal men and a boy, 19cm (7.5in.) & 24cm (9.5in.)

Gorringes Winter Fine Sale

by Gorringes

November 29, 2016

Lewes, United Kingdom

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  • William Ricketts (1898-1993). Two stoneware sculptures of aboriginal men and a boy, 19cm (7.5in.) & 24cm (9.5in.)
  • William Ricketts (1898-1993). Two stoneware sculptures of aboriginal men and a boy, 19cm (7.5in.) & 24cm (9.5in.)
  • William Ricketts (1898-1993). Two stoneware sculptures of aboriginal men and a boy, 19cm (7.5in.) & 24cm (9.5in.)
  • William Ricketts (1898-1993). Two stoneware sculptures of aboriginal men and a boy, 19cm (7.5in.) & 24cm (9.5in.)
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Description: William Ricketts (1898-1993). Two stoneware sculptures of aboriginal men and a boy, one decorated in relief with heads to each side, incised marks William Ricketts, the latter dated 1965, 19cm (7.5in.) & 24cm (9.5in.)

Condition Report: The double sided sculpture has a filler repair to a firing crack to the base which is the filler being slightly softer than the stoneware, this may have been done by Ricketts himself and there are a few scuffs and abrasions to some of the high areas of the portraits on each side, the oval shaped plaque has a very few minor scuffs and a slight fault to the stoneware to the lower right of the portrait, otherwise in reasonable condition with chips or cracks.


Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.

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