3 cauldrons - House and Bridge, Wilkinson and Stunning blue delecia. Would rather sell all together - and negotiable. Please email for photos and details. Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
The pinnacle in 186 vases for ALL you 186 collectors. Looking to sell my perfect 186 to an appreciative collector. Please email for photos.
I have 8 items that I would like to sell -
Delicia Citrus: Vase, Teapot, Pin dish and conical sugar dredger
Crocus: Small candlestick, conical sugar dredger, cigarette box
Secrets Orange: small plate
I have more pictures and can give extra details for individual items.
Clarice Cliff Windbells sugar sifter for sale. It is in mint condition, no chips or restoration, owned by me for the last 15 years but we are moving next year so needs to find a new home. Any questions please ask,I am located at junction 27 of the M1 Nottingham,10 mins drive. Please email email@example.com or phone 07770274754 Pete.
May be interested in complete tea or coffee set,or tea for two up to £1500. Thanks.
includes 2 platters and extra cups - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
I've just found a May Avenue badge in my old archive - this is THE rarest of our CCCC badges - we issued it 1989, at the London launch of the 'Bizarre Affair' book and it sold-out swiftly. I also have a few other early badges - if you are missing a few just ask. If you have the Autumn/Winter 2003 CCCC Review you can find the history of the badges. Please contact Leonard Griffin by email on email@example.com - thank you.
"Who's that Lady" ? You've seen her for years - she's the 'cover girl' on my 1999 book 'Art of Bizarre'. This 1931 Lido Lady HAS been through the 'wars' - as the neck is restored back on - she just needs a 'neck lift'! Go back through past catalogues to see when one of these was last offered, see what she's fetched in the past, and you'll see THIS lady is rare + worth 'turning' £1600 for. Cost includes shipping to UK - other countries negotiable. Please contact Leonard Griffin on firstname.lastname@example.org
Early examples of Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern dating from early 1930s.. The shape is the Tankard which was an early shape which Clarice adopted from the stock of A.J.Wilkinson and which later became replaced by the more Art Deco Conical shape.