Chetwynd Design Vase by Lorna Bailey Artware


Hand Made and Hand Painted Pottery Vase

Lorna Bailey Artware 21cm Vase in the “Chetwynd” Design.

A design produced in the memory of Collen Shorter. The husband of Clarice Cliff, whose home was called “Chetwynd”

A very early piece from Lorna Bailey produced between December 1996 and June 1998.

In addition to being personally signed by Lorna Bailey.

It also has the Old Ellgreave Pottery Back-Stamp.

NOTE – This item is pre-owned. It is in very good condition.

Our online price includes UK Post & Packing. (Standard Delivery).

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Chetwynd Design Vase.

The Chetwynd Design Vase.  Hand made and hand painted vase Produced by Lorna Bailey Art Ware between December 1996, and June 1998. At their studio based in Stoke on Trent.

A rare and one of the early designs by Lorna Bailey. Produced in memory of Colley Shorter. The husband of Clarice Cliff. whose homes were all called “Chetwynd”.

In addition to having the Old Ellgreave Pottery Back Stamp. It is also personally signed by Lorna Bailey on the base.

Great gift idea for any occasion. For the Lorna Bailey Collector. As well as the collector of modern art pottery and collectables. Produced in Stoke on Trent.

Height 21cm.

Note : This item is pre-owned. It is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or restoration.

Our online price for the Lorna Bailey Artware Chetwynd Design Vase £89.99

Including UK Post & Packing. (Standard Delivery).

International Shipping Rates Discounted.

Stoke Art Pottery specialises in Lorna Bailey Artware products. All produced prior to 2008.

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Lorna Bailey Artware products were all produced in Stoke on Trent. Using traditional production methods. As a result, they are hand cast or hand made. Then hand painted. Due to different brush stokes during the hand painting process. Each piece of pottery produced is different and unique.

Lorna Bailey acclaimed to be the Clarice Cliff of the future. Began doing designs in her father’s pottery. Then in the mid 1990’s she began doing her designs under her own name. Her designs of comical cats were an instant success. As were her art deco style designs on many different shapes of vases and teapots.

However, in 2008. Lorna after starting a family decided to retire. Consequently, original Lorna Bailey designs are now becoming quite rare. Particularly very early designs and her Limited Editions.


Establish 2006, selling high quality pottery and ceramics from Leading potters online.



Additional information

Weight 1.25 kg