A Celebration of Her Floral Designs.
By 1930, Clarice Cliff had became the Potteries first woman designer, famous for her 'Bizarre' ware, her amazing Art Deco ceramics and her floral designs, which formed the bulk of her sales - such as her much loved 'Crocus' design.
This book explores Clarice's lifelong love of flowers and its impact on her work, showing how many of her designs - her stylised 'Applique' and 'Latona' florals, her 'Marguerite' ware of 1931 or her 1934 'My Garden' - were inspired by that love and were later to be echoed in the flowers in her garden.
Including an A-Z directory of her floral designs, and valuations on a variety of Clarice Cliff shapes based on Christie's prices, it reveals a new side of this amazing woman's personalty for Clarice enthusiasts and will delight devotees of the Arts and Crafts movement.
- Publication Date:
- 08 / 02 / 2000