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1930s Shorter & Son Staffordshire Pottery Fish plate

1930s Shorter & Son Staffordshire Pottery Fish plate

Shorter & Son

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1930s Shorter & Son Staffordshire Pottery Fish plate

This is a gorgeous 1930s Shorter & Son Staffordshire Pottery Fish plate. A great Kitsch item for your kitchen display cupboard or for serving fish based canapés at a party!

Matt glazed, the colour of the body is yellow cream with contrasting turquoise-green tail and fins. In good vintage condition with no chips, cracks or restoration. There is some staining, crazing, and original inconsistency in the glaze. 

Approximately 9″ (23.5 cm) long x 8.27″ wide (21cm)

The backstamp reads:




There has been much speculation as to whether or not this fish range of tableware was actually designed by Clarice Cliff.

Some History For You.

A. J. Wilkinson Ltd, Newport Pottery and Shorter & Son Ltd factories were all owned by the Shorter family, and they worked in close co-operation. Their main claim to fame was Clarice Cliff, whom worked at the A.J. Wilkinson factory. In 1927/8 Clarice Cliff designed the handpainted ‘Bizarre Ware’ pottery range. The name for the range was chosen by Colley Shorter whom married Clarice Cliff in 1940 after the death of his first wife.

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