The 1950s ‘Homemaker’ set was one of the most popular lines of cheap crockery ever produced. Stylishly modern in design, it was made by Ridgway Potteries of Staffordshire and marketed by Woolworth’s. The distinctive black and white pattern was created by a young art student called Enid Seeney.
One of five large ceramic 'Homemaker' plates, white ground with random black stripes and motifs of 1950s furniture, cutlery and utensils.
Marks and inscriptions
Homemaker (on base)
Makers and roles