Studio Ceramic Sculpture or Vessel [I] by Clive Brooker, England 1960s


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Studio ceramic sculpture by Clive Brooker, England 1960s.

Handmade pottery, with strong silhouette and brutalist feel. The outer surface is charcol in colour - very deep brown - with matte finish and the texture of sand, with sgraffito lines; the bowl is finished with blue-green glaze. Brooker described his blue glazes as inspired by the Caribbean sea.

This is a striking work: for us it stands well as sculpture, and it could possibly also work as a candlestick or vase/vessel with shallow bowl. If used as a vessel we would suggest using a suitable liner to protect the finish. Very good vintage condition with minor surface wear in line with age and use. The piece sits very nicely alongside a second Brooker piece in our collection (see image 5), please contact us if you would like further details of that piece.

Approximate dimensions: H 37cm x Dia 14.5cm (including fins).

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