Hornsea Pottery was created in 1949 by two brothers named Desmond and Colin Rawson, with the help of funding from a local businessman named Philip Clappison. the company began with Plaster of Paris giftware for sale in Hornsea on the East Yorkshire coast.
Hornsea Pottery has always been best known for its tableware; its products selling worldwide for around 20 years. At one point, they had very high demand and were barely able to keep up with the requirements, so much so that orders were limited on a per quota basis.
Heirloom: The Heirloom pattern was designed by John Clappison and was produced from 1967 to 1987. it was immensely popular.
Saffron: The Saffron pattern was designed by John Clappinson and was produced from 1970 to 1992.
Cat Cruet: The Cat Cruet pattern was designed by John Clappinson and was produced in the 1960s.
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