The Works of Clarice Cliff

Backstamps | Shapes | After Bizarre

The vast majority of Clarice's 'Art Deco' output was between 1927 and 1936. These years are commonly known, by collectors, as The 'Bizarre' years because of the main range name of 'Bizarre' used extensively during this period.

However, after 'Bizarre' Clarice continued to produce many wares in her own unique style and to suit the current tastes of the nation and the various Worldwide export markets.

As such, Clarice designed and added her name to pottery produced by the AJ Wilkinson and Newport factories right up until 1964 when she sold the factories to Midwinter's and retired.

This page has a few examples of the patterns / styles produced mainly during the 1950s and early 1960s, often under the trade name of 'Royal Staffordshire Ceramics By Clarice Cliff'


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