Lovely Hornsea jardiniere / anvil vase. From the CASCADE range produced between 1964-1965. Although Hornsea back stamped there is no mould number present underneath but with information sourced from the Hornsea book two sizes of this jardiniere were made.
A Hornsea Salt&Pepper Pots , in the elegance range, these are usual black and yellow, with white lines, but Thea's. are a bit more unusual being blue and white, one stopper missing, no chips, cracks, holes are good, use or display, UK bidders only.
Ending 29 May at 4:49PM BST6d 10hClick & CollectMaterial: CeramicColour: BlueUse: Decorative
Hornsea Pottery, mould number 984 small CASCADE design vase (in short production run from 1964-1965). Hornsea Pottery 1949-1989 - it’s people processes and products written by Brian Heckford and Gone to Pot The life and work of John Clappison by Pauline Coyle are brilliant book resources for more information on Hornsea Pottery.
Hornsea Pottery CASCADE design (produced 1964-1965) large vase mould number 981, the second largest vase in the range. Hornsea impressed mark and mould number underneath. Hornsea Pottery 1949-1989 - it's people processes and products written by Brian Heckford and Gone to Pot The life and work of John Clappison by Pauline Coyle are brilliant book resources for more information on Hornsea Pottery.
Hornsea Pottery CASCADE (in short production from 1964-1965) extra large vase, mould number 980. The largest vase in the CASCADE range. I have tried to take pictures but due to the nature of the decoration they do blend in rather well which makes it hard to spot and show up in photographs, although you can feel them.
HERE WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT CONDITION TAPESTRY PATTERN COFFEE STORAGE JAR BY HORNSEA POTTERY AS PICTURED. JUST A SLIGHT CHIP TO THE RIM AS CAN BE CLEARLY SEEN FROM THE PHOTOGRAPH HENCE THE LOW START PRICE.
A lovely posy trough by Hornsea dating to 1954-55. It has a cream glaze with a doe to the left end and a squirrel on the right. The base shows that the body is red-clay under the glaze. Hornsea Large Doe Log.
The flowers at the front are nearly always painted in a pink or red colour, this example is in blue. I cannot find another example of this. This takes the form of a posy vase. It has the impressed HORNSEA ROYAL FAUNA stamp.