Botanic Garden Tea Set Teapot, Sugar Bowl and CreamJug
A true British classic, Botanic Garden was designed by the celebrated designer Susan Williams-Ellis. Botanic Garden’s delightful mixture of pretty floral motifs and signature leaf border set a new trend for casual dining in the 1970s and today Botanic Garden looks as pretty as a daisy. This delightful Botanic Garden Tea Set features the Traditional shaped Teapot, Sugar Bowl and CreamJug. Motifs as pictured.
Retro Clotted CreamTea design jug by Martin Wiscombe. This jug is made from high quality stoneware and is Microwave and Dishwasher safe with a capacity of 250ml. The design features a delicious plate of scones with jam and mouth-watering clotted cream. A great sized mug for cream or milk. This is designed by Martin Wiscombe who was born and raised in Lyme Regis , Dorset. He takes inspiration from the farmland around and his retro artwork cunjours up a lost world of the 1950s.
A long time ago I visited a tea warehouse where they had a myriad of loose tea in boxes from all over the world. That got me thinking about where tea comes from and all the different types of leaves and flavours that are produced. The Spheres infusers were therefore inspired by the idea of tea leaves from around the world and I designed the infuser basket to work with all types of loose leaf flavours.
One of the classic tableware patterns, Blue Italian, created shortly after Josiah Spode's perfection of underglaze printing, has been in continuous production since 1816. Perfectly framed by the 18th century Japanese border, the central scene of Roman ruins from a mid 17 th Century ink and wash drawing, still requires the most skilled hand engraving to create a remarkable sense of space and atmosphere.