Enid Seeney attended Burslem School of Art and apprenticed at the Spode Copeland works. In 1951, she was employed at Booth & Colcloughs, Ridgway, as a designer of patterns. She is best known for the pattern Homemaker.

We have 3 objects that Enid Seeney has been involved with.

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