Antique Art Deco "Bizarre" Pottery Wall Mask Vase Clarice Cliff "Marlene" 1936
- $ 895
- $ 895
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Clarice Cliff was possibly the most celebrated pottery designer of the early 20th century. She started work in the potteries of Staffordshire in England before the first world war and became art director for two of the largest potteries in the region. Her brightly colored geometric designs came to represent the Age of Jazz and epitomise the Art Deco style .
This mask having a female face with a wreath of brightly colored geometric flowers in her hair and bright red lips. The mask is a wall pocket and has a hole to the verso to allow it to be mounted to the wall and is signed to the rear "Clarice Cliff".
The mask is in very good condition, there is no damage or restoration noted.
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