• Vintage 1970’s Framed David Bowie Poster #5

    £75.00

    Vintage 1973 Framed David Bowie Poster

    This is an original colour poster from Sounds Music Newspaper from May 19 1973 – this is not a modern reproduction.

    The poster is in fantastic condition.

    These David Bowie posters were stored folded since they were purchased in 1973 and have never been hung on a wall.

    The frame measures 63cm x 45cm (approx A2).

    Handmade MDF black matte finish 18mm wide frame with acrylic plexiglass glaze.

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • 1980’s Kawai K1m Synth Module

    £250.00

    Vintage 1980’s Kawai K1m Digital Synthesizer Module

    Kawai’s answer to the legendary Roland D50!

    Versatile synthesizer capable of a wide range of sounds.

    Famous for its lo-fi 80’s gritty texture.

    You can layer up to 4 waveforms which you can shift between using the joystick – a really fun feature!

    Waveforms include:

    – PCM acoustics: 52 waves sampled from true percussions & drums.

    – VM cyclic 
    waveforms 204 waves: generated by additive synthesis process out of 128 harmonics
    composed by 2 sub-categories:

    Fully tested by midi and in excellent working order and condition.

    Comes with original box, manual and original Kawai PSU.

    Becoming hard to find, especially with it’s original box.

    Hear more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQcEfi3WfL8

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • Vintage 1970’s Framed David Bowie Poster #4

    £65.00

    Vintage 1973 Framed David Bowie Poster

    This is an original colour poster from Disc Music Newspaper from the 1970’s – this is not a modern reproduction.

    The poster is in good vintage condition – there is a slight tear on the left hand side.

    These David Bowie posters were stored folded since they were purchased in 1973 and have never been hung on a wall.

    The frame measures 63cm x 45cm (approx A2).

    Handmade MDF black matte finish 18mm wide frame with acrylic plexiglass glaze.

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • Vintage 1970’s Framed David Bowie Poster #3

    £75.00

    Vintage 1973 Framed David Bowie Poster

    This is an original colour poster from Disc Music Newspaper from the 1970’s – this is not a modern reproduction.

    The poster is in fantastic condition.

    These David Bowie posters were stored folded since they were purchased in 1973 and have never been hung on a wall.

    The frame measures 63cm x 45cm (approx A2).

    Handmade MDF black matte finish 18mm wide frame with acrylic plexiglass glaze.

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • Vintage 1970’s Framed David Bowie Poster #2

    £75.00

    Vintage 1973 Framed David Bowie & Lulu Poster

    This is an original colour poster from Disc Music Newspaper from the 1970’s – this is not a modern reproduction.

    The poster is in fantastic condition.

    These David Bowie posters were stored folded since they were purchased in 1973 and have never been hung on a wall.

    The frame measures 63cm x 45cm (approx A2).

    Handmade MDF black matte finish 18mm wide frame with acrylic plexiglass glaze.

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • Vintage 1970’s Framed David Bowie Poster #1

    £75.00

    Vintage 1973 Framed David Bowie Poster

    This is an original colour poster from Disc Music Newspaper from the 1970’s – this is not a modern reproduction.

    The poster is in fantastic condition.

    These David Bowie posters were stored folded since they were purchased in 1973 and have never been hung on a wall.

    The frame measures 63cm x 45cm (approx A2).

    Handmade MDF black matte finish 18mm wide frame with acrylic plexiglass glaze.

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • 1986 Casio RZ-1 Drum Machine

    £300.00

    Vintage 1986 Casio RZ-1 Sampling Drum Machine

    In fantastic working order and condition with a brand new internal memory battery just recently fitted.

    Classic 1980’s drum machine as used by De La Soul, Autechre and many others.

    12 PCM drum sounds and 4 sample slots.

    Perfect for lo-fi gritty 80’s beats!

    Individual outputs and mixer for all drum sounds.

    Easy to use sequencer makes this piece of kit a lot of fun!

    This unit is UK 240v and takes a regular IEC kettle lead which is not provided.

    More info here: https://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/casio-rz1/7197

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • 1960’s Anatomical Wall Chart

    £110.00

    Vintage 1960’s Deutsches Hygiene-Musuem Dresden Anatomy Wall Chart – Digestion

    Vintage 1960’s German anatomy wall chart of the digestive system.

    Published by the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum of Dresden.

    Measures 118cm x 83cm.

    Wooden batons at each end.

    In great vintage condition with some normal wear commensurate with age.

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • 1977 Korg M-500SP Synthesizer

    £375.00

    Vintage 1977 Korg M-500SP Micro Preset Synthesizer

    Fully serviced and in fantastic working order.

    The main board has been completely refurbished with brand new electrolytic capacitors.

    All switches have been fully cleaned.

    Iconic synth from the late 70’s, famously used by OMD and many others.

    In overall good vintage condition with some wear expected for its age.

    There is some wear to the veneer as seen in the photos.

    There are vintage stickers on the rear which we have left on as we feel this is part of this synth’s history. However with the right method, these could be removed.

    Has a built in speaker, headphone and line output.

    Nationwide delivery £9.95.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Cat Cruet Set – Orange

    £29.95

    The Cat and Owl designs were created by John Clappison, chief designer at Hornsea, in 1967.


    Magpie have redrawn these super cute animals from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum and created new ceramic moulds for cruets sets and money boxes, glazing them using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    These cute salt and pepper sets are made from Stoneware and hand glazed so each one is unique. 

    DIMENSIONS: 68mm (width) x 34mm (depth) x 85mm (height)

    HAND WASH ONLY

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Cat Cruet Set – Teal

    £29.95

    The Cat and Owl designs were created by John Clappison, chief designer at Hornsea, in 1967.


    Magpie have redrawn these super cute animals from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum and created new ceramic moulds for cruets sets and money boxes, glazing them using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    These cute salt and pepper sets are made from Stoneware and hand glazed so each one is unique. 

    DIMENSIONS: 68mm (width) x 34mm (depth) x 85mm (height)

    HAND WASH ONLY

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Cat Moneybox – Orange

    £29.95

     The Cat and Owl designs were created by John Clappison, chief designer at Hornsea, in 1967.


    Magpie have redrawn these super cute animals from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum and created new ceramic moulds for cruets sets and money boxes, glazing them using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    This cute Money Boxs made from Stoneware and hand glazed so each one is unique. 

    DIMENSIONS: 123mm (width) x 63mm (depth) x 153mm (height)

    HAND WASH ONLY

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Cat Moneybox – Teal

    £29.95

    The Cat and Owl designs were created by John Clappison, chief designer at Hornsea, in 1967.

    Magpie have redrawn these super cute animals from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum and created new ceramic moulds for cruets sets and money boxes, glazing them using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    This cute Money Boxs made from Stoneware and hand glazed so each one is unique. 

    DIMENSIONS: 123mm (width) x 63mm (depth) x 153mm (height)

    HAND WASH ONLY

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Bird Dish small – Chartreuse

    £17.95

    The Bird Dish was created by John Clappison, chief designer at Hornsea, in the 1960’s.


    Magpie have redrawn this stylised bird from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum and created new ceramic moulds in two sizes, glazing them using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    Made from hand glazed stoneware featuring hand applied decals. Each one is unique.

    DIMENSIONS: 156mm (width) x 30mm (depth) x 118mm (height)

    DISHWASHER SAFE

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Bird Dish small – Blue

    £17.95

    The Bird Dish was created by John Clappison, chief designer at Hornsea, in the 1960’s.


    Magpie have redrawn this stylised bird from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum and created new ceramic moulds in two sizes, glazing them using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    Made from hand glazed stoneware featuring hand applied decals. Each one is unique.

    DIMENSIONS: 156mm (width) x 30mm (depth) x 118mm (height)

    DISHWASHER SAFE

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Cat Tea Towel – Orange

    £14.95

    Hornsea Cat Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.

    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this fantastic cat for a range of ceramics, produced in the 1960’s. Magpie have redrawn this super cute cat from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Cat Tea Towel – Teal

    £14.95

    Hornsea Cat Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.

    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this fantastic cat for a range of ceramics, produced in the 1960’s. Magpie have redrawn this super cute cat from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Owl Tea Towel – Yellow

    £14.95

    Hornsea Owl Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.

    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this fantastic owl for a range of ceramics, produced in the 1960’s. Magpie have redrawn this super cute cat from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Owl Tea Towel – Blue

    £14.95

    Hornsea Owl Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.

    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this fantastic owl for a range of ceramics, produced in the 1960’s. Magpie have redrawn this super cute cat from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Birds Tea Towel

    £14.95

    Hornsea Birds Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.


    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this for a super cute mug, produced in the 1960’s-1970’s. Magpie have redrawn this artwork from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Owls on Branch Tea Towel

    £14.95

    Hornsea Owls on Branch Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.


    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this for a super cute mug, produced in the 1960’s-1970’s. Magpie have redrawn this artwork from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Mermaid Tea Towel

    £14.95

    Hornsea Mermaid Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.


    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this for a super cute mug, produced in the 1960’s-1970’s. Magpie have redrawn this artwork from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Octopus Tea Towel

    £14.95

    Hornsea Octopus Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.


    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this for a super cute mug, produced in the 1960’s-1970’s. Magpie have redrawn this artwork from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Nessie Tea Towel

    £14.95

    Hornsea Nessie Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.


    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this for a super cute mug, produced in the 1960’s-1970’s. Magpie have redrawn this artwork from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Piggie Tea Towel

    £14.95

    Hornsea Piggie Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.


    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this for a super cute mug, produced in the 1960’s-1970’s. Magpie have redrawn this artwork from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Cat & Piranha Tea Towel

    £14.95

    Hornsea Cat & Piranha Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.


    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this for a super cute mug, produced in the 1960’s-1970’s. Magpie have redrawn this artwork from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.

  • Magpie x Hornsea Chicken Tea Towel

    £14.95

    Hornsea Chicken Teatowel – 100% cotton, made in England.


    Hornsea Design Director, John Clappison, originally drew this for a super cute mug, produced in the 1960’s-1970’s. Magpie have redrawn this artwork from the original illustrations archived in the Hornsea Museum using authentic Hornsea colours of the period.

    DIMENSIONS: 71cm x 46cm

    About Magpie x Hornsea

    Our latest collaboration is with vintage pottery brand – Hornsea.

    Hornsea is a great British design story involving some of the giants of British pattern and ceramic design.

    Hornsea Potteries was founded in 1949 by brothers Colin and Desmond Rawson. Driven by a wide array of design influences, the pottery quickly grew from being a purveyor of seaside tourist trinkets to the largest studio pottery in the world, employing over 700 people.

    Hornsea’s rapid growth was generated by widespread popularity and inspirational design. Hornsea developed unique and ground-breaking techniques and designs.

    Trading for 50 years before closing in 2000, Magpie has started re-manufacturing some of their greatest designs, starting with the illustration works of John Clappison. As avid mid-century fans, Magpie feels that the legacy of Hornsea shouldn’t be forgotten and should be loved by future generations too.