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Post by dantheman on May 18th 2011, 9:40 pm

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Post by kirkmodern on May 28th 2011, 3:58 pm

Definitely 56-62 backstamp. It is from the modern slipware range, and like you I have always assumed it is Clappisson. I have picked up quite a few of these over the years, mostly cruets in yellow with blue and black dots and blue with yellow and black dots. They were decorated using a rubber bulb with a nozzle then overglazed. This bowl is the only larger piece I have found.
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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by fuzzyedges on May 30th 2011, 11:54 pm

1960 to1961 called Pageant design
Intresting fact Ash trays up to the early 60's were double the purchase tax so they were often called bon bon dishes to avoid it
but this was a proper ash tray
John Clappison was designing tableware from 1955 to 1972 although I havnt found a definate for pageant he did design the sister cascade 235 in this range so I would say he most definatly designed pageant
A pair of posy holders were also made to go with the ash tray
full range 234 pageant ash tray
235 crescent ash tray
238 posy ring
239 posy trough
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Post by fuzzyedges on May 31st 2011, 1:42 pm

1959 spotted circular bon bon dish
Clappison joined 1958 to do just this kind of pottery
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Post by fuzzyedges on June 6th 2011, 3:52 pm

A couple from the Ulrome / Cleve pottery
Ulrome being part of the hornsea group very early on
When 4 Victoria avenues front room got too small for desmond and colin Rawson they rented part of the old hall and went to live at the vicariage at Ulrome, where the outhouses were quickly turned into a pottery
The pieces from here had either a hornsea mark or a Ulrome sticker and later a cleve stamp All of which either came unstuck or washed off Hence nearly all pieces have no marks
To make matters worse When production was stopped at Ulrome to go to the new factory Micheal Wright left and opened cleve pottery. He bought the moulds and had the knowledge to produce the self same black animal and figures range There is no way of identifying Ulrome from Cleve in this range unless a stamp/sticker has survived they have no identification markings whatsoever
The designer was Marion Campbell and these two are 563 bambino and 5618 small panther




Even worse other factories made black animals with white bottoms and a blow hole very very similar
The two above are catalogued as marion campbell designs not all are
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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by tenpot on June 12th 2011, 12:48 pm

dantheman wrote:Clappison apple design salt and pepper pots
do you need another pepper Dan?
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Hornsea Vase 352 by John Clappison

Post by Adam20 on July 1st 2011, 2:11 pm

Ref - Hornsea Pottery 1949 to 1989 Brian Heckford pp131

Vase 352 white bud large jardiniere 11" - by John Clappison 1959 to 1962

Bought for £2.00 today in charity shop - in great condition - nice buy I think - what do others think





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Post by Adam20 on July 13th 2011, 11:45 pm

Concept 1977 to 91 designed by Martin Hunt in collaboration with Colin Rawson.


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Post by Pea_Elf on July 27th 2011, 10:52 pm

hiya, can anyone give me some info on this little dish?







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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by dantheman on July 28th 2011, 11:59 am

it's a Clappison Muramic dish probably made to order with the I.O.R thing on the back as free handouts at a meeting.
The dishes themselves are very common but nice nontheless

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Post by Adam20 on August 10th 2011, 9:02 am

Some Hornsea trinket dishes and jars - Contrast and Muramic 1970s










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Post by dantheman on August 27th 2011, 7:54 pm

http://eastgatenhornsea.com/backstamp.php

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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by fuzzyedges on August 27th 2011, 9:05 pm

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

Cant see this one on the pages above but it has some nice pics plus some info about the designers if you root about in the links
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I'm told this was made in 1962 but have no firm information?

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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by fuzzyedges on August 28th 2011, 11:45 pm

According to Brian Heckford's Hornsea Pottery it is called the floral pattern, mould No 418
made only for one year 1962 and called the Large Jardiniere in three colours charcoal, turquoise and grey all on a white background
and sold for 14s 4d (72p)
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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by Potty Primate on September 7th 2011, 5:55 pm

Not that I enjoy lowering the tone or anything, here's my Hornsea 'Grandpa' mug.


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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by Adam20 on October 12th 2011, 11:19 am

Hornsea 'Viking Boat' jardineire - mould 357 mark 11 - 11" long by John Clappison - 1960-61

Bought for £5 yesterday which I think is a bargain!

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Hornsea designer any ideas? (pin tray)

Post by vanmann on October 14th 2011, 3:58 pm

I have dated this small pin tray to, I believe, 1949-52 but no idea of designer. Any thoughts please. Thanks John



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Hornsea Coronet Jug

Post by vanmann on January 9th 2012, 8:45 pm

I picked up this Hornsea Coronet jug today, I believe production was restricted to 1960-61. Was this produced in large numbers over these two years or is it quite scarce.I am assuming this is a John Clappison design, would that be right?




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Post by fuzzyedges on January 9th 2012, 9:59 pm

Yes it is a John clappison design. He was there from 1958 to 1972 then again in 1976 and he was the driving force into table ware
(he designed the elegance range 3 years before he joined hornsea, probably because his mam and dad, Philip and Edith, were very involved in hornsea and had been for many years. They were the prime movers for the "come and see how we make pottery" which proved very popular)
Your jug is an oiler/vinergerette and unless you have the stopper elsewhere it is missing it
The ones that are hard to find are the early ones of the production that had a coloured dot at the end of each channel making it look like a coronet but this was soon discontinued due to production costs
the mould number was 204
There are thirteen pieces in the range should you decide to collect more
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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by Adam20 on February 17th 2012, 6:31 pm

Just baught - a Muramic wall plaque by John Clappinson 1971 - 1972 - Court Jester

Good description Brian Heckford book pp 147

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Hornsea / Ulrome figurines

Post by melcoles on March 23rd 2012, 4:40 pm

Hi, all I have been reading some of the posts on this site with interest, so this is my first post as a member. I have 2 Ulrome Pottery figurines, I believe they were called "Negress" figures, and may have been made by Marion Campbell, but that is all I have been able to find out. I am not sure if these are rare designs as I have been unable to find any information on the web about these particular designs. I have added photos below, so if anyone could tell me more that would be great.

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Post by melcoles on March 23rd 2012, 4:43 pm

the other :)

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Re: Hornsea Pottery

Post by fuzzyedges on March 23rd 2012, 5:39 pm

Ulrome is part of hornsea pottery
http://www.20thcenturyforum.com/t186p90-hornsea-pottery

It is getting rarer and you hardley see much about now
The paper stickers came off leaving the identification a bit vague as there were other people making matt black pieces

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Post by fuzzyedges on March 23rd 2012, 6:14 pm

there were 3 negress in the seris and a bambino (the one in the link above)

The bambino was mould No 563
Hands on hips No 566
Hands behind head (the missing one in your collection of negress) No 567
Hand on knee No 568

Bambino was also produced in matt white

As well as Hornsea collectors, art deco collectors look out for these and the animals Marion made
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