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Hinchcliffe & Barber

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Hinchcliffe and Barber is a design partnership originally founded by Wendy Barber and the late John Hinchcliffe. Since John's death in 2010 their daughter Georgia Hinchcliffe has joined the brand to work alongside her mother Wendy with the aim of continuing to champion their British designed homewares from Hinchcliffe and Barber's extensive archive of work. H&B currently produce their designs in partnership with licensees.



John Hinchcliffe and Wendy Barber first started making ceramics in the 1980s from their studios in Dorset & Wiltshire the focus was initially on small batch production of studio ranges before demand outgrew their studio set-up and the brand moved to licensing and larger scale production in Stoke-on-Trent. Their distinct style was soon taken up by many department stores, including the John Lewis Partnership, which stocked the Dorset Delft range until 1997 (until Saville Pottery, who produced H&B at the time, ceased production). Notably too, in 1985, George Davis of Next, commissioned Hinchcliffe & Barber to design their first tableware range.



In the early 1990s, whilst living and working from their farmhouse in rural Normandy, H&B published two books with Cassell publishing - 'Ceramic Style' and 'Print Style', which demonstrated their use of traditional crafts techniques.



Hinchcliffe & Barber's fresh, quintessentially British look has also featured in numerous lifestyle magazines including Homes & Gardens, Elle Decoration, Country Living, Côté Ouest, Good Housekeeping and others over the years.



H&B is entering a new era under the direction of Wendy Barber and their daughter Georgia Hinchcliffe.



The brand has an extensive archive of designs - the result of more than 30 years work by John and Wendy - which includes their most popular ranges like Dorset Delft, Spongeware & Tulip. In addition, Wendy Barber continues to draw on the archive and reinvent the designs to suit modern day living.



The designs draw on traditional craft skills and lend themselves to a variety of homeware products.

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Hinchcliffe and Barber is a design partnership originally founded by Wendy Barber and the late John Hinchcliffe. Since John's death in 2010 their daughter Georgia Hinchcliffe has joined the brand to work alongside her mother Wendy with the aim of continuing to champion their British designed homewares from Hinchcliffe and Barber's extensive archive of work. H&B currently produce their designs in partnership with licensees.



John Hinchcliffe and Wendy Barber first started making ceramics in the 1980s from their studios in Dorset & Wiltshire the focus was initially on small batch production of studio ranges before demand outgrew their studio set-up and the brand moved to licensing and larger scale production in Stoke-on-Trent. Their distinct style was soon taken up by many department stores, including the John Lewis Partnership, which stocked the Dorset Delft range until 1997 (until Saville Pottery, who produced H&B at the time, ceased production). Notably too, in 1985, George Davis of Next, commissioned Hinchcliffe & Barber to design their first tableware range.



In the early 1990s, whilst living and working from their farmhouse in rural Normandy, H&B published two books with Cassell publishing - 'Ceramic Style' and 'Print Style', which demonstrated their use of traditional crafts techniques.



Hinchcliffe & Barber's fresh, quintessentially British look has also featured in numerous lifestyle magazines including Homes & Gardens, Elle Decoration, Country Living, Côté Ouest, Good Housekeeping and others over the years.



H&B is entering a new era under the direction of Wendy Barber and their daughter Georgia Hinchcliffe.



The brand has an extensive archive of designs - the result of more than 30 years work by John and Wendy - which includes their most popular ranges like Dorset Delft, Spongeware & Tulip. In addition, Wendy Barber continues to draw on the archive and reinvent the designs to suit modern day living.



The designs draw on traditional craft skills and lend themselves to a variety of homeware products.

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