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Bizarre

Plate
ca. 1930-1935 (designed)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Plate of lead glazed earthenware with powder-blue enamel decoration of a stylised flower on one side and four more part-flowers placed around the rim, and a few curved black lines that connect some of the flowers.


Object details

Categories
Object type
TitleBizarre (series title)
Materials and techniques
Lead glazed earthenware and enamel
Brief description
Plate of lead glazed earthenware with powder-blue enamel decoration of a stylised flower on one side and four more part-flowers placed around the rim, designed by Clarice Cliff, made by Arthur J. Wilkinson & Co. Ltd., Burslem, ca. 1930-1935.
Physical description
Plate of lead glazed earthenware with powder-blue enamel decoration of a stylised flower on one side and four more part-flowers placed around the rim, and a few curved black lines that connect some of the flowers.
Dimensions
  • Diameter: 23.1cm
Style
Marks and inscriptions
  • 'Hand painted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff. Wilkinson, Ltd.' (Printed in black)
  • '4 / 3s' (Impressed)
  • '+ / 35 / '[diamond shape] (On base)
Gallery label
Plate designer Clarice Cliff, manufacturer Newport Pottery Co. Ltd., Burslem, England c.1930-1935 C.78-1976(23/05/2008)
Bibliographic reference
Wentworth-Shields, Peter and Johnson, Kay. Clarice Cliff. London, 1976.
Collection
Accession number
C.78-1976

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Record createdMarch 31, 2008
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