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Her highly collectable body of work, ranging from individual vases, bowls and plates, to diverse kitchenalia, has firmly established her as one of the most internationally respected ceramic artists of the 20th century.
From 1927 to 1940, when Wilkinson's Newport Pottery was taken over by the government for use as a wartime storage facility, Clarice conceived or oversaw the design of more than 500 shapes and 2,000 patterns. Indeed, her "Bizarre" range was introduced in 1928 as a means of decorating the factory's old blanks with colourful patterns.
On the floor in the corner of the room with some willow branch stuffed in it has been this vase – for decades.
Sue who works in our office, was dusting and tidying her bedroom last weekend.This vase, urn or jug in the Lotus shape is in perfect condition. Sue hasn’t had much affection for the vase, except that it once belonged to dearly departed Hilda. If Sue can find a home for this vase, with a collector who will appreciate it so much more than she has, she’ll shout her mum on a weekend getaway somewhere special!Should you wish to purchase, we’ll throw in a copy of the magazine that features the article & Sue will pack your purchase with love and like a caretaker of a little piece of history, send it on it’s way.The most northerly of the six pottery towns in the Midlands of England.She was the daughter of Ann and Harry Cliff and had two brothers and five sisters. Wilkinson Company in Burslem, where she had grown up.