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Household and domestic

Domestic and decorative ceramic wares from Australia's oldest working pottery.
Made in London and brought to Australia by the wealthy Blaxland family in the early 1800s.
A Featherston design linked with Australia's contribution to the 1967 Montreal world exhibition.
Made by teenager Nettie McColive while growing up on an isolated SA dairy farm in the 1930s.
A 1790s Pembroke work table made in England with a veneer of Australian timber.
Linked to a dramatic story of a dog saving a man during a flash flood in a Melbourne street in the 1880s.
Harold Wright's remarkable home and workshop for 30 years.
More than 150 pieces of kangaroo-inspired Australiana.
Hand-crafted by one of the first German families to arrive in Australia.