House and Path Design Sugar Shaker Lorna Bailey


Hand Made & Hand Painted Pottery Sugar Shaker.

Produced in Stoke on Trent.

Lorna Bailey Artware.

House & Path Design.

Produced between December 1995 & December 1998.

Personally signed on the base by Lorna Bailey.

In addition to the Old Ellgreave Pottery backstamp.

Height 12cm.

NOTE : This item is pre=owned. It is in excellent condition.

Price includes UK Post and Packing (2/3 day delivery).

And our International Shipping Rates are Discounted.

Out of stock


House and Path Design Sugar Shaker.

A House and Path Design Sugar Shaker. Produced by Lorna Bailey Artware between December 1995 and December 1998.

House and Path Design was the first design to be put into total production on a selection of shapes (Page 13 Lorna Bailey The First Millennium).

A very early piece of Lorna Bailey. An a very unusual shaped sugar shaker.

Personally signed by Lorna Bailey. In addition to the Old Ellegreave Pottery Backstamp on the base.

Surely making this a great gift idea for Lorna Bailey Artware collectors. As well as being an attractive collectable. Which will display very well.

Dimensions Height 14cm.

Note :This item is pre-owned. It is in excellent condition.

Our online price for the Lorna Bailey Artware House and Path Design Sugar Shaker is £59.99.

Including UK Post & Packing (2/3 day delivery).

World Wide shipping available. At discounted shipping rates.

In addition to this Lorna Bailey Artware House and Path Design Sugar Shaker. We have other original Lorna Bailey products available. To view our current stock please click Lorna Bailey Artware

It should be noted that the Sugar Sifters produced by Lorna Bailey Artware are decorative pottery. Consequently they do not have a stopper.


Lorna Bailey Artware products were all produced in Stoke on Trent. Using traditional production methods. First of all.  They are hand cast. 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. Starting doing designs in her fathers’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 various 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.


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


Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg