David Geschke

During the 1980s, David Geschke combined making pottery out of porcelain and stoneware clays with sheep farming on a property called 'Pieracle' 30 km from Casterton in Western Victoria. In the 1991 edition of Explore Australia, he was selling work through the David Geschke Fine Porcelain Gallery in Casterton and he also exhibited in the Gray Street Gallery in nearby Hamilton, The Little Gallery in Toorak and the AMP Square in Melbourne. He was known for the fine work of his porcelain lidded spheres and the richness of his glazes. His work may be marked with an incised 'DG' or 'DGeschke' in cursive script.

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David Geschke. Shallow bowl Geschke, David David Geschke. Shallow bowl $70.00 Buy Now

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