The full name of the design is actually Hornsea Lancaster Vitramic, "Muramic" which was made at the Hornsea Lancaster site 1977-1980, where the the award wining "Contrast" design amongst others was also made.
The most commonly seen items in this design are variations of the round shallow dish, but several other products were made including some fantastic wall plaques, and even jewellery.
I notice the Hornsea Museum website has changed, and there is no longer a history of the pottery listed sadly, but I found another site run by a keen collector with quite an extensive knowledge of Horsnea, and some great image galleries. It is well worth a look HERE...(the image of the fantastic Muramic Bird design below is from the website, run by Brian Monkman)
|A variation of Muramic, via Etsy HERE (sold)|
|A Set of 3 Muramic dishes|
from the fantastic EyeOnStyle on Etsy (sold)
(Steve & Jill used to run the now archived, authoritative blog "Mypotshots.blogspot.com" )
|via Hornsea-Pottery.Org (see above)|