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Clarice Cliffe Conical Jug- Fantasque Bizarre Trees & House Pattern ca.1931

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. This is a RARE Conical Jug in the sought after "ORANGE TREES AND HOUSE" Pattern. This superb jug characterises the ART DECO period, combining its geometric shape, powerful simple design and bold colours The Conical range was first introduced in 1929 and was immensely popular at the time. This piece is fully marked and I date it to 1930/31 PLEASE NOTE: The diameter given is the base diameter of the jug. The width from handle to spout is approx. 5 inches.

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  • Dimensions

    H 5.38 in.

    H 13.67 cm

  • Diameter
    3.25 in. (8.26 cm)
  • Seller location
    Lincoln, GB
  • Seller reference number
    C 403
  • Reference number
    LU9903878813

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