Sissons Gallery
23 Market Place | Helmsley, North Yorkshire | 01439 771385

Welcome to

The Sissons Gallery


Moorcroft Pottery Specialists



About the Gallery


Situated in Helmsley, one of North Yorkshire's most popular & picturesque market towns, among the rural splendours of Ryedale at the edge of the North York Moors.

The small shop front rather belies the delights here; a somewhat eclectic collection. Sculptures by Christine Cummings, Jonny Bradshaw & Karen Fawcett. Oils, watercolours, pastels and limited edition prints.

Moorcroft pottery is a speciality with greetings cards to suit most occasions. You will definitely find something different. Everyone is very welcome. This is very much a family business and we do hope you will come in and browse.


2017 Moorcroft Catalogue


2016 Limited Editions
Limited Editions
2017/18 Table Lamps
Table Lamps
2017 Ranges
Ranges

Moorcroft Pottery 'Loving Kindness'

designed by Kerry Goodwin



The wedding of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh took place on 20th November 1947 at Westminster Abbey in London. This year the royal couple celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary - a platinum jubilee honoured through Moorcroft design.

William Neil McKie, the Master of the Choristers at Westminster Abbey, was the director of music for the royal wedding, and he wrote a piece of sacred choral music for the occasion, ‘We wait for thy loving kindness, O God’. Details such as these remain as iconic anecdotes of the royal wedding seventy years ago. This song in particular provided inspiration for the name of this special design. Yet, it is often flowers which speak to Moorcroft designers and this occasion was no different.

Inspired by the Queen’s wedding bouquet, made up of three kinds of British-grown orchids: cattleya, odontoglossum and cypripedium - to which was added a sprig of myrtle from a bush at Osborne House, Queen Victoria's house on the Isle of Wight, Kerry put pen to paper. She selected those fresh white orchids which we know are the Queen’s favourites and coupled them with springs of myrtle. The result is a wonderfully romantic and pure reminder of that momentous and special day seventy years ago at Westminster Abbey.


Our Collections


Moorcroft Pottery
Moorcroft Pottery
Elliot Hall Enamels
Elliot Hall Enamels
Art at The Gallery
Art at The Gallery
Richard Cooper Bronzes
Richard Cooper Bronzes
Highland Stonewares
Highland stoneware
Dennis Chinaworks
Dennis Chinaworks