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Susie Cooper "Vintage" Oval Serving Bowl and Covered Vegetable Dish/Wedgwood/England/ Mid Century China/ Holiday China/ Ivy Leaves

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Susie Cooper "Vintage" Oval Serving Bowl and Covered Vegetable Dish/Wedgwood/England
Fine Bone China Member of the Wedgwood Group England
photos are part of the description

Susie Cooper (1902-1995) Was a prolific English ceramic designer working in the Stoke-on-Trent pottery industries from the 1920s until the 1980s. She began working for the A. E. Gray & Co. Ltd. in 1922 to gain entry into the Royal College of Art. Over the years she worked for many other firms including Wedgwood. Elizabeth, The Queen Mother (Queen Elizabeth II's beloved mother) was a huge admirer of Susie Cooper's work. Ms. Cooper's work has become highly sought after and valued by pottery and tableware collectors.

This stylish pattern called "vintage" features lovely moss/avocado green grape or ivy leaves on a pure white base. The leaves also have shades of gray blue. The pattern is simple, timeless and stunning.

Oval Serving bowl measures 9 3/4 x 7 3/4 x 2 5/8 inches.
Covered Vegetable dish measures 9 inches in diameter and 2 7/8 inches tall (excluding the lid).

The handle on the lid has been repaired.


Last photo shows all the pieces that were acquired together. They are not all included in this listing.
Susie Cooper "Vintage" Oval Serving Bowl and Covered Vegetable Dish/Wedgwood/England
Fine Bone China Member of the Wedgwood Group England
photos are part of the description

Susie Cooper (1902-1995) Was a prolific English ceramic designer working in the Stoke-on-Trent pottery industries from the 1920s until the 1980s. She began working for the A. E. Gray & Co. Ltd. in 1922 to gain entry into the Royal College of Art. Over the years she worked for many other firms including Wedgwood. Elizabeth, The Queen Mother (Queen Elizabeth II's beloved mother) was a huge admirer of Susie Cooper's work. Ms. Cooper's work has become highly sought after and valued by pottery and tableware collectors.

This stylish pattern called "vintage" features lovely moss/avocado green grape or ivy leaves on a pure white base. The leaves also have shades of gray blue. The pattern is simple, timeless and stunning.

Oval Serving bowl measures 9 3/4 x 7 3/4 x 2 5/8 inches.
Covered Vegetable dish measures 9 inches in diameter and 2 7/8 inches tall (excluding the lid).

The handle on the lid has been repaired.


Last photo shows all the pieces that were acquired together. They are not all included in this listing.

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Susie Cooper "Vintage" Oval Serving Bowl and Covered Vegetable Dish/Wedgwood/England/ Mid Century China/ Holiday China/ Ivy Leaves

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Feedback: 524 reviews
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