Originally published in 1996, a study of the life and work of the Art Deco designer, Clarice Cliff, written by the author of CLARICE CLIFF: THE BIZARRE AFFAIR. It focuses on teapot and china tea-service designs and it contains colour and black and white illustrations.
This work presents the story and Art Deco ceramic designs of Clarice Cliff. Angular, uncompromising and embellished in strident primary colours, they were a sensation when they appeared in the 1920s, capturing the mood of the Art Deco movement. Her tea services were as sought after when they were produced as they are today. A cup and saucer of her most collected designs can command a high price in a demanding market. This book captures the mood of the Art Deco era and illustrates the great charm and range of Clarice Cliff's work in china tea-services. It contains a complete record of her tea service designs and gives a memoir of her life and work.
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