Susie Cooper


Susie Cooper


Vase, white earthenware, cylindrical form with clear glaze inside and decorated on the exterior with orange and overglaze gold lustre showing putti alternating with vines. Part of the Gloria Lustre range.

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Metal Metal has always been associated with strength. In peacetime, it is a symbol of wealth and power; in times of war, it is forged into deadly weapons or used to protect the human body from harm. Its surface can be pierced into intricate patterns without weakening the internal structure. The strongest metals can be used for moving parts and to reinforce or join other components. Metal is also one of the most versatile materials. Pure metals can be combined to form alloys, with varying decorative qualities and uses. Liquid metal can be poured into moulds to make casts sheet metal can be cut, beaten and welded into objects or drawn into fine wire to weave a delicate mesh. Makers can work metal on a large or tiny scale, shape it into sharp angles or soft organic curves, give it a matt texture or polished mirror-like sheen... or even melt it down and start all over again.

Object Name


Creators Name

Susie Cooper

Date Created

c 1920=1930

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Place of creation




Purchase, 1979

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