Pottery ladies. Part 2

United Kingdom, 1985

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Colin Melbourne (former head of Burslem Art School), Peggy Davies (pottery sculptor) and Gordon Elliot (ceramic historian) discuss the relationship between the Burslem Art School and the pottery industry and the influences on the works of the designers Susie Cooper, Charlotte Rhead and Clarice Cliff.

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