Susie Cooper 'Studio ware' vase with stylish lugged handles and an interesting peachy pomegranate colored glaze. The base has an incised mark 'Susie Cooper, England'. from 1932. Very stylish, very unusual.



Susan Vera "Susie" Cooper was a prolific English ceramic designer working in the Stoke-on-Trent pottery industries from the 1920s to the 1980s.


Best known for her Art Deco pieces. Susie Cooper left A. E. Gray & Co. Ltd where she had been a decorator and designer in October 1929 to establish an independent pottery business, first at Tunstall and then at the Chelsea Works, Burslem. In 1931, at Harry Wood’s invitation, Susie Cooper moved her design and decorating studio to the Wood & Sons Ltd Crown Works in Newcastle St, Burslem, where she operating as the ‘Susie Cooper Pottery’.


The association with Wood & Sons continued and in 1959 she purchased the Crown Works as the base for her expanding business.


Susie Cooper Art Deco Twin Lug Handle Vase, English, 1932.

  • Details

    Creator: Susie Cooper (Maker)

    Height: 7.68 in. (19.5 cm)
    Diameter: 5.91 in. (15 cm)

    Style: Art Deco (Of the Period)

    Materials and Techniques: Hand-CraftedPottery

    Place of Origin: England

    Period: 1930-1939

    Date of Manufacture: 1930s

    Condition: Good.Wear consistent with age and use.

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