1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Oval Ashet / Serving Plate. KESTREL shape. 14 inches
1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Oval Ashet / Serving Plate. KESTREL shape. 14 inches
1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Oval Ashet / Serving Plate. KESTREL shape. 14 inches
1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Oval Ashet / Serving Plate. KESTREL shape. 14 inches
1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Oval Ashet / Serving Plate. KESTREL shape. 14 inches
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1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Oval Ashet / Serving Plate. KESTREL shape. 14 inches

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This is a lovely oval ashet or serving plate designed by Susie Cooper (1902 - 1995).

The Art Deco shape of the ashet is the Kestrel Shape - which was first introduced by Cooper in the 1930s - but continued in production up until the 1960s.

The pattern is called BRACKEN.

The pattern features a bold mid-century decoration of olive and mustard spikey woodland ferns leaves - with little rust coloured dots around the foliage.

You hardly ever see pieces with this design on them - so a great opportunity here to build up missing parts for your collection.

I have a number of other pieces on offer in my store: postal discounts would, of course, apply on request.

Dimensions: 14 inches in length and 11 inches wide.

Pattern Number 2290 - which I believe was introduced in the early 1950s.

In pretty good condition for a piece of tableware nearly 70 years old - no chips, cracks or nasty crazing of the glaze - which you often find on these pieces. No nasty cutlery marks either.