The May Avenue Charger by Clarice Cliff, 1933. An avenue of red-roofed houses and spade-shaped trees, with a tree in green, Cafe-au-Lait foliage in the foreground, all in pen outline. Sold for GBP34,000 at Christie’s South Kensington in 2003
Clarice Cliff Teapot, I really like the geometric shapes on this tea pot as it relates to my design them and the shapes look like the sharpe straight shapes from a totem pole. I love how it's colourful so it's more eye catching and every detail stands out. What I love lost is the shape of the teapot itself is geometric shapes, the base is a cone/triangle shape and the stand that supports it. This brings out more geometric shapes not only in 2-dimensional shapes but also 3-dimensional.