Hornsea Heirloom

Hornsea 'Heirloom' set, 1976Hornsea ‘Heirloom’
made in England 1976

Hornsea pottery is SUPER collectible right now: this is a set of cups and saucers and small plates from the ‘Heirloom’ pattern.

Hornsea Pottery started in 1949 in England and finished production in 2000. In 1970s John Clappison designed the successful – and now very collectible- series ‘Heirloom’, Saffron’ and ‘Bronte’ patterns.

Each of the Clappison’s designs has a repeating pattern in different colours: Heirloom is sepia & charcoal, Saffron is tan & orange and Bronte is sepia & green. I have featured the Bronte pattern previously on this blog- a set of kitchen canisters.

This collection comprises two cups and saucers, and two small plates: perfect for morning tea. As an added bonus, a coffee mug is thrown in!

The Heirloom collection is for sale: $AUD65

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