What is the rarest piece of Clarice Cliff?

What is the rarest piece of Clarice Cliff?

What is the rarest piece of Clarice Cliff?

The Clarice Cliff ‘Bowling’ 18inch charger, was an exceptional find and discovered in the Surrey area by our very own Will Farmer. This exceptionally rare piece of Clarice Cliff is completely fresh to the market and was purchased new by the vendors aunt in 1929.

Is Clarice Cliff pottery worth anything?

As you probably know from articles in antiques publications, pottery by Clarice Cliff has brought record prices. In auctions, teapots have sold for over $3,000; plates, up to $3,300; vases and jugs, $975 to $1,800. Cliff figurines have sold for over $6,000; vases have brought over $10,000.

Is Clarice Cliff pottery still made?

The famous ‘Bizarre’ wares launched 1927. She marries her then boss, Colley Shorter, in 1940. Moves with Colley to Chetwynd House, with its stunning gardens. The factory continues to produce pottery bearing Clarice’s name until 1964.

How do you identify Clarice Cliff pottery?

If you think you’ve spotted a piece of Clarice Cliff the next step is to check the backstamp, normally located on the underside of the item. Most genuine Cliff pieces are marked with the name of the design, her signature and a date.

Was Clarice Cliff married?

Colley ShorterClarice Cliff / Spouse (m. 1940)

How much is a Clarice Cliff teapot worth?

A Clarice Cliff Bizarre ‘My garden’ teapot and matching plate$1930-35, the ovoid pot with a moulded handle, lid and floral finial, decorated with a raspberry mottled drip glaze, the flowers in turquoise, apple green, yellow and pink wash colours…

Is Clarice Cliff Art Deco?

One of the UK’s most prolific and important ceramicists, Clarice Cliff is best known for her innovative, colour-rich designs, many of which are in our collections. The Art Deco movement had a major influence on her work and her commercial success.

Did Wedgwood make Clarice Cliff?

A chain of mergers finally led to Wedgwood owning the Clarice Cliff name, and from 1992 to 2002 they too produced a range of reproductions of the highly sought 1930s pieces.

Was Clarice Cliff a woman?

1999 was the centenary of Clarice Cliff probably the best known woman pottery designer of the 20th century. She was a designer and pottery owner from the 1920s to the 1960s, but she is most famous for her hand painted designs of the 1920s and 30s.

Is Clarice Cliff dead?

October 23, 1972Clarice Cliff / Date of death

Is Clarice Cliff a man?

The female potter from Stoke-on-Trent who paved the way for creative women. An independent trailblazer, Clarice Cliff made her way to the top of a male dominated industry in the early 20th century.

How old was Clarice Cliff when she died?

73 years (1899–1972)Clarice Cliff / Age at death