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Clarice Cliff, England

Clarice Cliff, England

A Clarice Cliff Bizarre vase, shape number 452, decorated in Nasturtium pattern, printed factory

A Clarice Cliff Bizarre vase, shape number 452, decorated in Nasturtium pattern, printed factory

Clarice Cliff fabric......I'd love to frame a swatch of this and hang it on the wall.....gorgeous!!

Clarice Cliff fabric......I'd love to frame a swatch of this and hang it on the wall.....gorgeous!!

CROCUS STAMFORD Teapot by Clarice Cliff in the Crocus pattern and Stamford shape. Has the early Angular spout.  Paintwork is excellent. Size 4.5 inches tall.  Signed Bizarre by Clarice Cliff.

CROCUS STAMFORD Teapot by Clarice Cliff in the Crocus pattern and Stamford shape. Has the early Angular spout. Paintwork is excellent. Size 4.5 inches tall. Signed Bizarre by Clarice Cliff.

Clarice Cliff HOUSE

Clarice Cliff HOUSE & BRIDGE 451 VASE C.1932

Clarice Cliff HOUSE

Clarice Cliff Bizarre Conical coffee set

Clarice Cliff Bizarre Conical coffee set

Antique Clarice Cliff Bowl A shape 475 Daffodil bowl Circa 1936

Antique Clarice Cliff Bowl A shape 475 Daffodil bowl Circa 1936

Clarice Cliff Tea For Two :: Clarice Cliff 'Bonjour' Tea for Two Service Estimate £300 - £400. Windsor Auction House

Clarice Cliff Tea For Two :: Clarice Cliff 'Bonjour' Tea for Two Service Estimate £300 - £400. Windsor Auction House

Clarice Cliff 'Clovelly' pattern Isis-shape vase ca 1937, [the ribbed moulded vase with honey glaze]

Clarice Cliff 'Clovelly' pattern Isis-shape vase ca 1937, [the ribbed moulded vase with honey glaze]

Clarice Cliff, the most renowned and collectable British Art Deco ceramist, active from 1922 to 1940. Given  a series of rejected pieces of pottery to paint, Cliff - barely more than a girl - used the whole colour spectrum for her palette and when asked how she would describe her style, she said "Bizarre." And so Bizarre Ware, her first and most collectable range was born.

Clarice Cliff, the most renowned and collectable British Art Deco ceramist, active from 1922 to 1940. Given a series of rejected pieces of pottery to paint, Cliff - barely more than a girl - used the whole colour spectrum for her palette and when asked how she would describe her style, she said "Bizarre." And so Bizarre Ware, her first and most collectable range was born.

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