Large 1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Tureen. Stunning KESTREL shape
Large 1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Tureen. Stunning KESTREL shape
Large 1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Tureen. Stunning KESTREL shape
Large 1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Tureen. Stunning KESTREL shape
Large 1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Tureen. Stunning KESTREL shape
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Large 1950s Vintage Susie Cooper Pottery BRACKEN PATTERN Tureen. Stunning KESTREL shape

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This is a lovely vintage tureen designed by Susie Cooper (1902 - 1955).

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

The pattern is called BRACKEN.

This appears to be a much rarer pattern - and 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: just under 8 inches. Overall height is 5 1/4 inches.

The stamp on the bottom is her more simple one used in the 1950s using just her name in italics.

The base has the Pattern Number 2290 - which I belive 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.