Hi I am looking for interesting pieces in Delecia Poppy, likewise the John Butler Tahiti Papaver. Should there be unwanted pieces in the "Clarice void" please feel free to contact me at email@example.com. Thanx David
I'm looking for the following to complete muffineer cruet sets: salt in Pastel Autumn, mustards in Blue Autumn, Oranges and Lemons and Ravel. Contact Neil at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for the correct sized lid, any banding to fit a Shape 132 Ginger jar. The lid is a high domed one and needs to be 102mm internal measurement. It does not matter what the pattern is or if it is plain. This is an early shape and later shape lids do not fit. Please contact me on email@example.com. Thanks.
Does anyone know of a honey pot in the pattern "Clovelly" . If you own one I would dearly love to see a picture (just to know one exists!) And if, by any chance, you own one you can bear to part with, I can offer a very generous price. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you
Large display cabinet - adjustable glass shelves top & bottom. Free of Charge but needs collecting (Buckinghamshire - Near Amersham) - Tel Nigel - 07900 405485 - Evenings
WANTED - Shell/Bullet Cruet Sets - the really small ones.
Please contact Ray at email@example.com. Thank you.
Dolphin patterned serving plate and six dinner plates. Designed by William Roberts 1934 for the Art in Industry Exhibition, produced in Bizarre by Clarice Cliff. Does not include jug in series. Illustrated on p.293 of 'Comprehensively Clarice Cliff' by G. Slater and J.Brough, Thames and Hudson 2005. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Does anyone have an unwanted jampot lid that would fit a 230 jampot from the Fantasque / Bizarre range>? Please get in touch if you do via the internal message system or on Minkwal@aol.com. Thanks David
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.
"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 email@example.com