I have a Clarice Cliff E11R cup and saucers set. Queen Coronation June 2nd 1953. Newport pottery regdno 840076. How much is it worth?
There are a lot of different styles of commemorative pieces from 1952-1953 listed for sale and the asking prices are all over the place but eBay's sold listings do not show evidence that any are being sold for those high prices. Maybe some pieces on Etsy have sold but you cannot always find out what they sold for.
Here is the link to eBay's similar for sale listings.
This is probably a good time to sell so if you list the set just start your price high -$75 - and offers considered plus shipping and see how it goes.
This timeless piece-Queen Elizabeth June 2nd 1953 Adderley Coronation, is very collectible and on eBay and Etsy, this 2 piece set is being offered from $17 to $100. To get a appraisal/ value contact- https://www.askantiqueexperts.com - https://www.justanswer.com
There are dozens of similar cups and saucer sets out there and none have sold for more than $30 with the average being about 8.00 for a single cup/saucer (sold prices, not asking) on either the US or the UK eBay sites.
I am not sure your saucer is original though---or it may belong to a different cup set...I can't be 100% positive, but in all the example of cups with the coloring like yours the plate/saucer is different than yours.
I will keep searching to see if I can find a set that is an exact match to yours. If yours is mismatched, that will, unfortunately devalue it.
If I find more, I will post back! Thanks for sharing!
Clarice Cliff is, today, regarded as one of the most influential ceramics artists of the 20th Century and her work is collected, valued and admired the world over. She was born in Staffordshire, England and made her name with the brightly colored range of Art Deco pottery she designed in the 1920s. You can read her biography here: www.claricecliff.co.uk/
Since you know exactly who made your cup and saucer, it means that they have backstamps located on the underside of the items with name Clarice Cliff.
There are many fake Clarice Cliff items. Check the weight of the piece, fakes may feel too heavy or too light; assess the quality of finish, fakes may be poorly painted; if the price seems very low, beware. There is the Clarice Cliff Collectors' Club www.claricecliff.com/
You have a cup and a saucer, but this set also includes a side plate, like here: www.worthpoint.com/
Your set lacks such a side plate: www.ebay.co.uk/
The price of a full set CLARICE CLIFF NEWPORT POTTERY QUEEN ELIZABETH II CORONATION TRIO is about $109-118: exactly like yours - www.ebay.co.uk/
The price of your CLARICE CLIFF NEWPORT POTTERY QUEEN ELIZABETH II CORONATION Cup and Saucer is about $80-85
Or make an auction like here: www.ebay.co.uk/
One U.K. ebay listing, which includes the third piece (a tea plate), is asking $117 USD.
This is a piece of history. I would set the price at $75 and see who is interested
I am wondering if it is just the quality of the picture that is causing me not to find an exact match. Does your piece have the red trim on the saucer?
If so you could watch this auction and see if it sells:
This one looks like it also has trim:
I can't get the site to work to log on to see the SOLD price from 2018. Not sure why. It may not like my browser. Sorry.