Cornucopia is inspired by the mythical 'Horn of Plenty' and the design
includes mythical creatures like unicorns and satyrs. The collection
is made from white fine bone china and decorated with wide band of
ivory parchment and ribboned by dark navy.
The most aristocratic of Wedgwood's patterns, Edme dates back over
a century and is characterised by sophisticated Georgian shapes and
a design motif drawn from Wedgwood's original 18th century archives.
Inspired by a Wedgwood archive pattern dating back to around 1810,
Hibiscus is a striking design of blue hues, richly embellished with
gold. This stylish fine bone china collection features a striking
design of oriental blue hues.
Wedgwood drew upon its considerable archive for this indulgent range.
Steeped in authenticity while maintaining a modern, classic style.
Combining elegant interior design motifs with the pure oval form of
the celebrated Wedgwood cameo.
The English Country Garden is an image ingrained in the British identity,
and serves as inspiration for Sarah's Garden. This earthenware whimsical
dinnerware pattern is characterised by motifs and borders in delicate
Classical shapes and modern sensibilities characterise the stylish,
yet practical Sterling collection by Wedgwood. Timeless elegance guarantees
that this will be a dinnerware collection that will look crisp and
contemporary for many years to come.
The Sweet Plum collection combines period 18th century plum motifs
with an utterly contemporary range of ceramics; resulting in dinnerware
that's exuberant, romantic and timeless. White, fine bone china is
decorated in a pretty motif of soft, floral pastels accented by a
lustrous gold banding.
Capturing the essence of traditional English style, the Wedgwood White
collection features simple, elegant design details that have stood
the test of time; remaining as contemporary now as they were when
first introduced in 1920.
There are few patterns that live up to the richness of Florentine
Turquoise; first introduced in 1931 on a fine bone china body and
characterised by an ornate border intricately detailed with a cacophony
of mystical creature and fantastical flora.
The innovative interpretation of the 18th century British trend for
patterns from the East features an exquisite pattern of exotic flowers,
foliage and birds set against a richly toned backdrop edged in platinum.
Fine platinum lines have been applied to add a hint of grandeur. Layered
with Jasper Conan White the mood is set for a formal lunch or dinner
with family or friends, whilst a very special occasion undoubtedly
calls for the addition of the striking lustre of the Platinum Stripe
Tisbury’s curved lines are defined by fluting applied in a variety
of depths to both the interior and exterior of the collection. The
original inspiration for this collection was created from the distinctive
Beautifully detailed with a platinum band, this piece is fresh and
modern for a contemporary elegance in a wash of white and rich indigo
blue. The lace-inspired needlepoint pattern takes inspiration from
Vera Wang’s iconic bridal designs and adds a touch of graceful style
to your home
Inspired by the subtle romantic touches that renowned New York designer
Vera Wang uses to trim her world-famous bridal gowns, the Grosgrain
collection showcases beautiful fine bone china characterised by elegant
and graceful design details.
Vera Wang's With Love collection perfectly embodies the designer's
artistic hand and her genuine passion for fashion. Inspired by Vera's
iconic jewellery, each piece is decorated with a pattern of interlocking
rings; symbolising the eternity of love
Celebrating Josiah Wedgwood's most famous ceramic innovation, the
Jasper gift collection offers beautiful giftware and collectables,
each made in the Wedgwood factory in Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent, England.
Inspired by Wedgwood's iconic Jasper imagery and exemplary archive
designs. These exquisite decorations are perfect family heirlooms
that can be brought out year after year and passed from generation
The Wedgwood archives provided inspiration for this stunning collection
of mug designs, featuring an intricately-detailed florals and motifs
rendered in brilliant colour and finished with lustrous gold..
Little luxuries for a whimsical afternoon tea party. Butterfly Bloom
is designed with vintage florals and poetic butterflies, inspired
by Wedgwood's 18th century pattern archives. Hand-decorated and gilded
with 24-carat gold. Many items delivered in exquisite gift boxes.
Decorated with a design of Chinese flowers and birds, dating back
to the early 19th century and taking its inspiration from Wedgwood
archive patterns books from this period.
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WEDGWOOD CHINA HISTORY
China, strictly speaking Josiah Wedgwood and Sons,
is a pottery firm owned by KPS Capital Partners, a private equity
company based in New York City, USA. Wedgwood was founded on 1st May
1759 by Josiah Wedgwood and in 1987 merged with Waterford Crystal
to create Waterford Wedgwood, an Ireland-based luxury brands group.
After the 2009 purchase by KPS Capital, Wedgewood became part of a
group of companies known as WWRD, an acronym for "Wedgwood Waterford
Royal Doulton." Wedgwood is still used as a generic term to describe
the company's main products.