Hornsea Tapestry Milk Sugar Bowl and Jug England 1970s designed by John Clappison.
The backstamp is the one used in the 1970s.
The pieces are made of glazed white clay.
There is no damage. They are in excellent condition.
Jug Size: 9cm tall x 8cm diameter and 13cm, from spout to handle
Sugar Pot Size: 8.5cm tall x 8cm in diameter
Total Weight: 385g
The Tapestry Range was produced from about 1973-1984.
The Hornsea Pottery operated in England from 1949-2000. It was established by brothers Desmond and Coin Rawlinson.
For a history of the Hornsea Pottery go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hornsea_Pottery
John Clappison (1937-2013) was a designer at the Hornsea Pottery in England, Ravenhead Glass England and Royal Doulton.
He designed for Hornsea from the 1950s through to the 1980s. Whilst at the Hornsea Pottery he designed the Elegance, Heirloom, Saffron, Bronte and Tapestry ranges.
He also designed for Ravenhead Glass and after 1984 at Royal Doulton.
For information on John Clappison go to https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2013/mar/27/john-clappison