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Post by melcoles on March 23rd 2012, 7:41 pm

Thanks for the info Excellent Very helpful to know, these are stamped with the Ulrome Shield, which I understand has often washed off long ago, so I guess we are lucky. At the moment, I am in two minds whether to keep them or sell them, as I didn't know what they were until someone said they were a collectors item the other day. We tried taking them to the Hornsea Museum to find out more today but it is closed until Easter.
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Post by melcoles on April 22nd 2012, 8:26 pm

We went to the Hornsea Museum the other day and it is well worth a visit for the pottery collection alone. It is really well laid out to show the development of the pottery, and some of the designers too Happy
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ID help please pattern on Hornsea bowl

Post by vanmann on July 25th 2012, 7:42 pm

Any idea please on the pattern and designer for this Hornsea bowl? Backstamp dates to 1956-62 but I can't trace this pattern, impressed no. 603. Any thoughts welcome John



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Post by R.Ferrao on July 25th 2012, 11:42 pm

The pattern is called "Tricorn", it was produced on a wide range of shapes and it dates from 1958.
I'm going to see if I can find out who is the designer.
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Post by treasure.hunter.D on July 26th 2012, 3:53 pm

R.Ferrao wrote:I though it could be by John Clappison, but I can't confirm the attribution.
Sorry Shrugs

You are correct about John Clappison. I'm actually a big fan of Hornsea. Bought this horribly ugly (according to everyone else I know, lol) little spice jar years ago and have been a fan ever since.

http://www.worldcollectorsnet.com/magazine/issue42/iss42p5/

Theres a blurb in the info about him designing that early in his career.

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Post by R.Ferrao on October 20th 2012, 2:33 pm

Hornsea Studiocraft vase, 1966.
c.30cm






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Post by NaomiM on January 31st 2013, 10:17 pm

Black & white Hornsea dish.

Impressed pattern no. 262






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Post by vanmann on February 7th 2013, 3:22 pm

Any ideas please on designer or pattern name on this 5 3/4 inch tall vase. Impressed pattern no 502, Mark dates to 1956-62. Thanks John


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Post by fuzzyedges on February 7th 2013, 5:07 pm

[quote="vanmann"]Any ideas please on designer or pattern name on this 5 3/4 inch tall vase. Impressed pattern no 502, Mark dates to 1956-62. Thanks John

Someone else might know the designer but they are clased as multicouloured slip ware vases (4 in the series) 1961
Produced for a very short time only and quite hard to find nowadays
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John Clappison (27 June 1937 - 21 February 2013)

Post by dantheman on March 22nd 2013, 4:43 pm

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/obituaries/article3714841.ece

John was responsible for several of the most memorable 20th Century ceramic designs, he will be sadly missed

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Post by andywooders on March 23rd 2013, 9:41 pm

For those interested I have written an obituary for John Clappison in the Guardian, but not sure when it will be published

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Post by andywooders on March 30th 2013, 12:47 am

Hi
Just noticed it was in the guardian this wednesday

here si the link:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2013/mar/27/john-clappison

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Pattern ID help for Hornsea Jug please

Post by vanmann on May 24th 2013, 3:29 pm

I think that this probably dates 1960s/70s but cannot trace the pattern anywhere, any ideas please?
Thanks



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Post by vanmann on June 2nd 2013, 5:54 pm

Any ideas of pattern name or designer for this VITRAMIC mug please



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Post by fuzzyedges on June 4th 2013, 10:56 pm

[quote="vanmann"]I think that this probably dates 1960s/70s but cannot trace the pattern anywhere, any ideas please?
Thanks

Its the homestead range 1965 and it is a vinegar bottle The scarcer one is the light blue flames on a dark blue background

They were made by painting hot liquid wax in the shape of the flames onto a once fired pot Once cool it was sprayed with a brown oxide glaze and fired again This left the wax areas, the flames, unglazed once the wax had melted. It was then sprayed with the secondary honey glaze which when glost fired the honey glaze adhered to the unglazed areas but not the primary glaze The interior glaze was done at this time as well

I dont know the designer sorry
The Homestead range was
301 eggcup
302 salt & pepper
303 mustard pot lidded
305 vinegar bottle
306 sugar bowl
307 preserve pot lidded
308 cream jug
309 rectangular butter dish lidded
310 cheese dish and lid

there was no 304 in this range and to confuse the issue more all the numbers have been used in other earlier ranges
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Post by NaomiM on June 26th 2013, 7:52 pm

Hornsea 'Classic Tankard' 1988






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Post by NaomiM on July 1st 2013, 11:33 am

Hornsea Tapestry pattern





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Post by NaomiM on July 8th 2013, 2:32 pm

Lidded jar. Bronte pattern.




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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by brin mcardle on August 14th 2013, 9:21 pm

Condiment set....John Clappison"Alpine " design..i think

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Post by NaomiM on September 16th 2013, 6:07 pm

Little basalt black polar bear, designed by Marion Campbell for Hornsea and produced 1956/1957
A little over 3" tall. Unmarked.

I've seen some examples referred to as seals, but this one definitely has paws with pads, so it's a polar bear.

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Post by beedragon on September 17th 2013, 1:39 am

I think that since soapstone polar bears can be white, grey, green, black that maybe the artist felt some 'license' in doing a black one.
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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by slopingsteve on November 17th 2013, 7:23 pm



I've not seen one of these posted so I thought you might like it, although it is an acquired taste sort of thing.....
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Post by dantheman on November 17th 2013, 7:35 pm

that's a great example Steve Excellent 

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Post by NaomiM on December 11th 2013, 4:28 pm

Hornsea pin dishes (although looks like someone's been using them under their pot plants). From the Lancaster Vitramic, Muramic range





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Studio Craft designed by John Clappison.  14" tall.
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