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Post by H is for Home on February 6th 2008, 2:27 pm

Hornsea 'Bronte'

*Mod note: a John Clappison design in widespead production from 1972*

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Post by H is for Home on February 6th 2008, 2:29 pm

Hornsea 'Heirloom'

*Mod note: a John Clappison design in widespread production from 1966*

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Post by H is for Home on February 6th 2008, 2:30 pm

Hornsea 'Saffron'

*Mod note: a John Clappison design in production from 1969*

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Post by Pip on February 11th 2008, 10:50 pm

Some more 1960s & 1970s designs from the legendary designer John Clappison.


1960s Blue & green bird ashtrays








1964-65 'Tanglewood' vase






1964-65 'Gaiety' vase






1964-68 'Imprest' vase






1967 'Roundalay' spice jars






1966-67 'Gourmet 66' jars








1964-65 'Cascade' anvil vase






1975 Hippo 'Newsprint' mug






1965-72 'Scroll' herb & spice jars






1960-64 'Tasty' Dish (4 different designs in the series)






1971 'Rondel' salt & pepper



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Clappison

Post by dantheman on July 22nd 2008, 6:40 pm


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Post by lyndhurst44 on April 27th 2009, 9:53 pm

Hi,
Can anyone identify the name for this particular Clappison design please?

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Post by Pip on April 27th 2009, 10:26 pm

Hi Bryn, your pepper pot is part of a cruet set consisting of a salt, pepper, lidded mustard pot and a matching dish for them all to sit on. It's a design by John Clappison called 'Alpine' and dates from 1960.

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Post by Pip on June 7th 2009, 9:44 am

Cruet set circa 1960.



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Post by Pip on June 7th 2009, 9:47 am

Yellow & white 'Summit' cruet set & sugar sifter (it also came in black & white, red & white) and dates from 1960-65.


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Post by dantheman on July 23rd 2009, 9:15 pm

http://www.hornseamuseum.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=48&Itemid=38

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Post by Pip on September 9th 2009, 1:29 pm

A very nice Hornsea slipware posy vase circa 1955 designed by John Clappison (unmarked).







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Post by Pip on September 14th 2009, 10:12 pm

More slipware circa 1955.




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Post by Pip on September 14th 2009, 10:15 pm

Pair of 'Impact' vases, circa 1963.


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Post by Pip on September 14th 2009, 10:18 pm

'Coastline' vase circa 1955. Shape by John Clappison, decoration by Colin Rawson.


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Post by Pip on September 15th 2009, 9:23 am

I haven't been able to find out the range that this Hornsea vase came from but looking at the style and colour of the infilled glazed decoration it dates from the early to mid 1960s. Pattern number is 422. If anyone knows for sure the range name please let me know.


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Post by big ed on September 15th 2009, 9:32 am

http://www.hornsea-pottery.co.uk/

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Post by Davee on September 16th 2009, 1:02 pm



Any idea of the pattern name, and was this a Clappison design?
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Post by Pip on September 16th 2009, 1:41 pm

Hi Davee, yes it's a John Clappison design - a Specimen Vase (shape 389) designed in August 1960 and in production in 1961 - the flower patterns were inlaid in charcoal, terracotta and turquoise glazes (the photo link froze so I can't see the colour very well but I think yours is terracotta).

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Post by Davee on September 16th 2009, 2:35 pm

The patterns inlaid in charcoal with a maroon glaze inside.
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Post by Pip on September 16th 2009, 5:19 pm

A nice Hornsea slipware fishy dishy


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Hornsea salt and pepper design?

Post by lyndhurst44 on September 28th 2009, 3:09 pm

Hi,
This the first of 2 pieces of hornsea that I picked up over the weekend, i am assuming that the pattern came from the John Clappison era but I don't recognise the design. Can you help please?

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Hornsea slipware dish

Post by lyndhurst44 on September 28th 2009, 3:12 pm

Hello again,
This is a piece of Hornsea slipware that I purchased recently. Is the pattern familiar to anyone please?

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Post by Pip on September 28th 2009, 4:59 pm

Hi Bryn, they don't, as far as I know, have individual names for the different designs that the Slipware range came in - they were referred to by the shape. Your dish is from the same range as the two slipware dishes I've posted at the top of page 2 of the Hornsea thread (click the link below).

http://www.20thcenturyforum.com/british-pottery-f9/hornsea-pottery-t186-15.htm

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Post by lyndhurst44 on September 29th 2009, 4:49 pm

This is a photo of the base marks on these pieces.
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