Homemaker Ridgway Pottery Oval Plate 1950 1960 Enid Seeney

Ridgway Homemaker Oval plate 12"x 9" in very good condition no crazing has small chip to back see photo (only visible when turn over)

backstamp Slanting Ridgway design.

these have been stored for years in the loft. I will be putting more of my Homemaker collection on ebay so please look at my listings

One of the most sought-after ranges of tableware once sold at Woolworth’s at two and a halfpence a piece.

Designed in 1957 by Enid Seeney for the Ridgway Potteries (Stoke-on Trent), the ‘Homemaker’ range, decorated with black stylised images of household items, has now become one of the most collectible dinner sets. With its abstract black and white design so typical for the era, it’s also one of the most beautiful Fifties sets around.

Enid Seeney was a student at Burslem School of Art when she joined Booth & Colcloughs – part of Ridgway Potterries back then – in 1951 and created the Homemaker design: a pattern featuring an eclectic mix of furniture and other household objects such as a carving knife and fork or a plant pot. Yet each of the items is typical for Fifties design, from the kidney table to wooden sideboard.