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It is her work of the mid 20th century in bone china that is the focus of a selling show in Oxford next month.
Organised by Paul Durham at Antiques on High, 85 High Street, it runs from February 15 to March 8 and somewhere between 40 and 50 different pieces are on show, including several one-off
prototypes, with virtually all pieces for sale at prices from £30 up to £375.

The majority date from the 1960s and feature many of Susie Cooper’s striking abstract and ‘op art’ designs of the period, such as Columbine,
Diablo, Carnaby Daisy or the Nebula coffee pot of c.1968 pictured right.