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Broadly speaking, the more Art Deco looking your Clarice Cliff is, the more sought after it will be.The marks on your piece of Clarice Cliff will help you understand when your piece was made. An excellent website to compare Clarice Cliff marks can be found here.Condition - good, some general crazing Height - 17cm View additional info Clarice Cliff Swan Posy Holder modelled as an open backed swan on floral & water oval shaped base. Condition - good, minor wear to the base Length - 26cm View additional info Clarice Cliff Small 'Goldstone Bizarre' Vase 'Goldstone' pattern, printed factory marks to base 'Hand Painted Goldstone Bizarre by Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery England', raised number 565 8/8, c.1936 (A/F) height 11.5 cm View additional info Clarice Cliff 'Goldstone Bizarre' Coffee Set 'Goldstone' pattern, printed factory marks to base, 'Hand Painted Goldstone Bizarre by Clarice Cliff Wilkinson Pottery England', six cups, six saucers, coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl (A/F) (15) coffee pot height 19 cm View additional info Clarice Cliff Fantasque Bizarre ''Blue Chintz'' Sugar Castor painted in green, blue & pink tones, with a silver plated cover, stamped to the base.
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Clarice Cliff was born in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, in 1899. The Bizarre pottery debuted in 1927 and ended around 1942.
As a girl, Clarice was inspired by aunts who painted pottery. Colley Shorter sent Clarice Cliff to study at the London Royal College of Art in 1927.
Clarice Cliff sugar sifters are arguable the most commercial forms of Cliff on the market.
The very Art Deco conical design, combined with the way they display the patterns and how dramatic a collection of sifters look, all make them some of the most sought after pieces around.