Look closely and you might see the motif of spinning and moulding techniques used in manufacturing ceramics, and the overlayed decoration and decals from some of the plates and bowls. The butterfly piece in particular reflects the decorative china butterflies made at the site as part of the Wembley Ware range.

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Australian Fine China

Mouritzen Way, Subiaco

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