Aimed at collectors from novices to experts, this new guide is organized into three parts: key information on identifying genuine Cliff pieces; a core reference section, with more than 400 ceramic pieces illustrated with detailed captions; and detailed, easy-to-follow advice on sources, storage and display, conservation and repair, and cataloging a collection.
Readers will take a keen interest in the display options illustrated—a feature seldom-seen in collecting guides.
— Antique Trader
Extremely well-organized…Slater does an admirable job of telling the Clarice Cliff story…The best thing about the book is its photographs, which show Cliff’s work with admirable clarity, highlighting her mastery of shape and color.
Greg Slater is the editor of the magazine for Clarice Cliff collectors, The Agora, and the coauthor of Comprehensively Clarice Cliff. He lives in Australia.