Designer of iconic Homemaker tableware dies

Enid Seeney, creator of the iconic and now collectible Homemaker tableware design, has died at the age of 79.

Designer of iconic Homemaker tableware dies

Seeney, who later became Enid Kelsall, designed Homemaker in the mid-50s, and it is now regarded as a classic of its time. Most commonly in black and white, it depicted other ground-breaking furnishing items of the period, including an armchair by Robin Day and a sofa by Sigvard Bernadotte.

The range was produced by Ridgway Potteries in Stoke-on-Trent and sold cheaply in Woolworths from 1958 up until 1970. Pieces can now sell for as much as £100.

Seeney trained at Burslem School of Art and in the Spode Copeland design studio. She died of motor neurone disease.

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