|One of the most sought after items from the Clarice Cliff range is the Crocus patterned items, It is still possible to find examples of Crocus, Cliff's longest produced pattern (1928-1964) for as little as £30-50. The world record price for a piece of Clarice Cliff is held by Christie's, South Kensington, London, who sold an 18-inch wall plaque in the May Avenue pattern for £39,500 in 2004. Shortly after this the same auction house sold an 8-inch vase in Sunspots for £20,000.
This picture shows a golly bowl, one of the Joan Shorters kiddieware series from the 1930's, one like this was recently sold on eBay for £300. Clarice Cliff Bowls are yet another of the popular products produced by Clarice Cliff and are very sought after by all collectors.