A Wilkinson Pottery Conical Sugar Sifter designed Dolly Cliff c1931

Heading : A Wilkinson Pottery Conical Sugar Sifter designed by Dolly Cliff c 1931
Date : circa 1931
Period :  George V
Marks :Black printed Wilkinson, England, Honeyglaze, Handpainted Black painted 8998
Origin : Stoke on Trent, England
Colour :Polychrome
Pattern : 'Orange Blossom' by Dolly Cliff
Condition : Excellent
Restoration None
Dimensions : Height 13.5cm
Weight : 131 grams

References: For this same design applied to a canted rectangular plate See Comprehensively Clarice Cliff Slater G, Brough J. Page 321, Plate 10

Eric Knowles Comments

Dolly Cliff was the elder sister of Clarice Cliff and was already working at Wilkinsons prior to Clarice joining the company. Lesser known as her now famous sister she worked as an artistic director and her known designs are far more restrained yet tasteful. Her other talents include being an accomplished seamstress and an exhibition ballroom dancer well known in the Potteries area. Clarice is credited with designing the conical shape sifter which she applied to many of her designs to good effect.

 

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  • Product Code: 22012803
  • Availability: Sold
  • £135.00

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