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Susie Cooper, Circus lampbase.

Susie Cooper, Circus lampbase.

Coffee potPlace of origin:Burslem (made)Date:1932 (made)Artist/Maker:Cooper, Susie (designer)  Susie Cooper Pottery (decoration, manufacturer)  Wood & Sons Ltd. (blanks, manufacturer)Materials and Techniques:Earthenware with banded, painted, and sgraffito decoration

Kestrel Coffee Set

Coffee potPlace of origin:Burslem (made)Date:1932 (made)Artist/Maker:Cooper, Susie (designer) Susie Cooper Pottery (decoration, manufacturer) Wood & Sons Ltd. (blanks, manufacturer)Materials and Techniques:Earthenware with banded, painted, and sgraffito decoration

art deco artists  Susie Cooper (29 October 1902 – 28 July 1995) was a prolific English ceramic designer working in the Stoke-on-Trent pottery industries from the 1920s to the 1980s.[1]

art deco artists Susie Cooper (29 October 1902 – 28 July 1995) was a prolific English ceramic designer working in the Stoke-on-Trent pottery industries from the 1920s to the 1980s.[1]

Susan Vera Cooper OBE, known as Susie Cooper, 1902 - 1995. Born in Stanfields, Stoke on Trent. English ceramics designer. She attended night classes at Burslem School of Art. In 1922 she joined A E Gray & Co Ltd. In 1929 she set up her own business, Susie Cooper Potteries, with her brother in law in order to design shapes as well as patterns. In 1940 she was awardedRoyal Designerfor Industry by the Royal Society of Arts and in 1979 she received an OBE.

Susan Vera Cooper OBE, known as Susie Cooper, 1902 - 1995. Born in Stanfields, Stoke on Trent. English ceramics designer. She attended night classes at Burslem School of Art. In 1922 she joined A E Gray & Co Ltd. In 1929 she set up her own business, Susie Cooper Potteries, with her brother in law in order to design shapes as well as patterns. In 1940 she was awardedRoyal Designerfor Industry by the Royal Society of Arts and in 1979 she received an OBE.

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