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Back in September of 2005, NOVA-Antiques.com Newsletter printed and article about Clarice Cliff and her Art Deco designed ceramic pottery pieces. Recently, a world record auction price was paid for a beautiful piece of blue/green piece of pottery designed to look like an iceberg. This piece brought in a cool, no pun intended, $27,732 at a Bonham’s Design Auction in England.
This vase, named “March of the Penguins,” was not designed by Clarice Cliff, but a fairly new, but renowned artist named Sally Tuffin. Originally she was better known for designing cutting edge clothing for the likes of Paul McCartney and The Beatles but is now being compared to the likes of not only Clarice Cliff, but also William Moorcroft and Henry Doulton. Ms. Tuffin is an artist that is inspired by nature as depicted in the vase pictured to the left.